thighward

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

thigh +‎ -ward

Adverb[edit]

thighward (not comparable)

  1. Towards a thigh.
    • 1999, Ray Murphy, Empire and Victory
      She tucked it back and went away and he heard her cooing to old Breaux on the sofa. With the heel of his hand he forced his erection thighward and left the room.
    • 2002, Phyllis Gotlieb, Red blood, black ink, white paper (page 113)
      [] smooth forehead, mouth like an open rose and thighward a gate with a rose garden in it []