fellate

verb
fel·​late | \ˈfe-ˌlāt, fə-ˈlāt \
fellated; fellating

Definition of fellate 

transitive verb

: to perform fellatio on

intransitive verb

: to fellate someone

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fellator \ ˈfe-​ˌlā-​tər , fə-​ˈlā-​tər \ noun

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Social Animals Rated R for denuded privates and fellated veggies. Theresa Bennett, New York Times, "Review: In ‘Social Animals,’ Stalled Lives and Sexual Frustrations," 31 May 2018 But freed from the restraints of ESPN's NFL-fellating culture, Sharpe has emerged as a must-watch personality. Jack Moore, GQ, "Shannon Sharpe Pulls No Punches, Tells NFL Players the Owners Don't Care About Them," 10 Oct. 2017 This meeting came about after John reported seeing several boys masturbating and fellating Foglietta in his green Impala. Eric Lewis, Esquire, "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil," 17 Nov. 2016 His reference to the self-fellating technique of Steve Bannon? Dan Sweeney, Sun-Sentinel.com, "White House issues foul-mouthed tirade," 28 July 2017 One figure here, painted at the height of the war, is preparing to fellate two men, each equipped with multiple members. Jason Farago, New York Times, "The Psychosexual World of Carol Rama Still Shocks," 11 May 2017

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First Known Use of fellate

1941, in the meaning defined at transitive sense

History and Etymology for fellate

back-formation from fellatio

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The first known use of fellate was in 1941

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fellate

verb
fel·​late | \ˈfel-ˌāt, fə-ˈlāt \
fellated; fellating

Medical Definition of fellate 

transitive verb

: to perform fellatio on

intransitive verb

: to fellate someone

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