screwing

[ US /ˈskɹuɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /skɹˈuːɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. slang for sexual intercourse
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How To Use screwing In A Sentence

  • Marcus Aurelius's hair stands energetically up, a nimbus of corkscrewing locks, not a bit like the conventional signs for hair that plaster so many Roman marble crania. The Forever City
  • The first half concluded with Philip Hughes screwing a shot wide from six yards.
  • For eight white-knuckled seconds, he had to try to stay on that jolting, snorting, corkscrewing half-ton of steak on the hoof.
  • Yet for some strange reason that I simply couldn't comprehend, he was distinctly unwilling to start unscrewing the doors from their hinges.
  • Are unquiet spirits returning from the grave to haunt the living, screwing up your picnic plans?
  • Unscrewing all of the knobs from the kitchen cabinets and hiding them all over the kitchen is not going to make me more willing to show you what is in the cupboard under the sink. Archive 2006-04-01
  • It's not so much that they're screwing Belgium (a Franco-German tradition going back centuries), but that they have the ability and incentive to screw the euro.
  • I'm totally against the idea of bifocals, since I know I will probably need them in the next few years, but screwing up my ability to do my job would not be a good idea either. Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • If you start screwing around with the event you can lose coherence pretty easily - for example by forcing everyone to go together at a random time to hear a sponsor pitch.
  • Australians are sick of the major banks screwing us daily.
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