fleshpot


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flesh·pot

 (flĕsh′pŏt′)
n.
1. often fleshpots A district or establishment offering erotic pleasures or entertainment.
2. fleshpots Sensual pleasure or sexual gratification.

fleshpot

(ˈflɛʃˌpɒt)
n
(Cookery) a pot in which meat is cooked
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The frizzle-headed man-eaters were loath to leave their fleshpots so long as the harvest of human carcases was plentiful.
But the grunt work behind McCoy's spiralling numbers is chiefly done far from the fleshpot meetings.
Allowing a proliferation of lap dancing clubs risks giving it an unfair reputation as a fleshpot.
One of the chief fascinations of the exhibition was its documentation of Tijuana's extraordinary transformation, since 1980, from tourist fleshpot to dynamic industrial metropolis.
Singapore today is a far cry from the kind of colonial fleshpot Coward and Somerset Maugham enjoyed, but enough of the old city remains to give a sense of their time.
Ascot's chief executive Charles Barnett, who has overseen the fleshpot that is ladies' day at Aintree's Grand National meeting in the past, said: "We've worked extensively with experts in the world of fashion to define better what formal dress means, and assisting everyone in understanding what is expected and, we believe, cherished about the dress code at Royal Ascot.
There was the time he asked natives in a colonial fleshpot if they "still had spears" or warned a British student abroad that he'd go all "pot-bellied" like the locals if he didn't watch his diet.
Torn off a strip by Roberto Mancini, facing a fine of two weeks' wages for his late-night trip to a Liverpool fleshpot on Thursday, and having been axed from his national squad, he was still chosen to lead the City line.
His club will be the loser in the mucky menage a trois of Peter Stringfellow's fleshpot and the anything-goes atmosphere of new cabaret nightclub The Box.
ONE is a notorious Greek fleshpot - the other is in peril of becoming just like it.
ANYONE planning a foray tomorrow night to the Midlands fleshpot of Dunstall Park, better known as Wolverhampton racecourse, is likely to have more excitement staying at home watching the Missus putting up a few shelves.
Any ninny with a few bob can hire himself the poser's eyrie of a corporate box at some fleshpot racecourse but it takes commitment and real love of the game to get your backside to Catterick on a Wednesday in March.