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tea·bag

 (tē′băg′)
tr.v. tea·bagged, tea·bag·ging, tea·bags Vulgar Slang
1. To dangle the scrotum in the face or mouth of (another) as an act of sexual gratification or humiliation.
2. To defeat or humiliate.

[From the resemblance of the act to the repeated dipping of a tea bag in water .]

teabag

(ˈtiːˌbæɡ)
n
(Cookery) a small bag of paper or cloth containing tea leaves, infused in boiling water to make tea
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