Examples of fondle in a Sentence
She claims that her boss tried to fondle her at the office Christmas party.
a cat who enjoys being fondled by his loving owners
Recent Examples of fondle from the Web
Wrestling fans have responded to his gun-control rants by fondling their pistols in the stands.
In 2015, the school reported a dozen rape or fondling cases on its Glassboro campus, compared with 10 the previous year.
The girl stated that despite her protestations, Bell fondled her, kissed her body, pulled her clothes down and raped her.
The female victim was standing on the platform at the Garfield station in the 200 block of East Garfield Boulevard when a man fondled her about 10:10 a.m. on Tuesday, according to police.
The 34-year-old man said that Burks fondled his genitals after he was strapped to a stretcher.
The boy said Spradlin began kissing him, asked for a sex act, then fondled him underneath his clothes.
In that film, Stair praised Columbine shooters Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold as heroes and kissed and fondled a loaded shotgun.
On a night on the town, I was drugged and ended up being fondled and kissed by a man my group had met earlier in the day at a bar.
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Origin and Etymology of fondle
frequentative of obsolete fond to fondle
First Known Use: 1694See Words from the same year
FONDLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fondle for English Language Learners
: to touch or handle (something) in a gentle way
: to touch (someone) in a sexual way
FONDLE Defined for Kids
Definition of fondle for Students
: to touch or handle in a tender or loving manner
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