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bed-hop

(bĕd′hŏp′)
intr.v. bed-hopped, bed-hop·ping, bed-hops Informal
To be sexually promiscuous; sleep around.

bed′-hop′per n.
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Verb1.bed-hop - be sexually active with more than one partnerbed-hop - be sexually active with more than one partner; "His wife bed hops"
fornicate - have sex without being married
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Dealing with bed-hoppers Linda suggests using a "magic light" (a dim light attached to a digital timer) if they hop from their bed to yours during the night.
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