canoodle

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English - Turkish
{f} bağrına basmak
kucaklaş
{f} okşamak
{f} sarılmak
{f} kucaklamak
English - English
To caress, touch up, pet or make love

He's got a big smile on his face; who's he been canoodling recently?.

To persuade or cajole
To kiss and cuddle in an affectionate manner
To persuade, especially by confusing
{f} caress, fondle, touch softly and affectionately (Informal)
The act of sexual intercourse
If two people are canoodling, they are kissing and holding each other a lot. He was seen canoodling with his new girlfriend. if two people canoodle, they kiss and hold each other in a sexual way (Probably from canoodle )
To caress, touch up, pet
slang; fondle or pet affectionately
canoodled
past of canoodle
canoodles
third-person singular of canoodle
canoodling
present participle of canoodle
canoodle

    Hyphenation

    ca·noo·dle

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ k&-'nü-d& ] (intransitive verb.) 1859. Origin Unknown; compare Swedish knulla (“to fornicate”), German knuddeln (“to cuddle”). Folk etymology cites the use of two person canoes as an activity to escape the presence of a chaperon by couples during Victorian and Edwardian times, and the activities such privacy allowed.

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