back scuttle


back scuttle
Noun. Anal intercourse.
Verb. To have anal intercourse.

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • scuttle — English has three distinct words scuttle. The oldest, ‘large container’ [15] (now mainly encountered in coal scuttle), was borrowed from Old Norse skutill, which goes back ultimately to Latin scutella ‘tray, salver’ (from which English also gets… …   Word origins

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  • Shaving scuttle — A shaving scuttle is a shaving tool developed in late 19th century. As hot water was not common in many households, one way to provide hot lather was to use a scuttle. It resembles a teapot with a very wide spout where hot water is poured in, and …   Wikipedia

  • coal-scuttle bonnet — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ noun : a woman s bonnet with flat back and stiff projecting brim somewhat resembling a coal scuttle …   Useful english dictionary


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