You ever come across a word that when you say it out loud it just sounds raunchy? I mean even a word as innocent as “come” can be dirty depending on the context you use it in.
So being the one man think tank that I am, I decided to compile a list of words that are guaranteed to sound dirty 100% of the time, no matter what context you use them in.
–verb (used with object), -lat?ed, -lat?ing.
1. to excite or arouse agreeably: to titillate the fancy.
2. to tickle; excite a tingling or itching sensation in, as by touching or stroking lightly.
1. (often lowercase) pertaining to tragedy or to the dramatic art in general.
2. of or characteristic of Thespis.
3. of or pertaining to Thespiae.
4. (sometimes lowercase) a tragedian; an actor or actress.
1. Also called shuttle. the object that is struck back and forth in badminton and battledore, consisting of a feathered cork head and a plastic crown.
2. the game of battledore.
–verb (used with object)
3. to send or bandy to and fro like a shuttlecock.
–verb (used without object)
4. to move or be bandied to and fro.
5. of such a state or condition: a shuttlecock existence.
1. a small triangular bone forming the lower extremity of the spinal column in humans, consisting of four ankylosed rudimentary vertebrae.
2. a corresponding part in certain animals.
1. of, pertaining to, or involving punishment, as for crimes or offenses.
2. prescribing punishment: penal laws.
3. constituting punishment: He survived the years of penal hardship.
4. used as a place of confinement and punishment: a penal colony.
5. subject to or incurring punishment: a penal offense.
6. payable or forfeitable as a penalty: a penal sum.