lovemaker


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lovemaker

(ˈlʌvˌmeɪkə)
n
a person who takes part in lovemaking
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To intentionally mangle my metaphor, if a business is already a bad lovemaker, time isn't going to make a shred of difference to quality.
Bookending his prolific career are two of the nation's most coveted poetry awards: the 1961 Lamont Poetry Prize (for The Lovemaker, his brilliant first collection) and the 2002 Poets Prize (for his Collected Poems).
Meanwhile American R'n'B lovemaker John Legend returns with Evolver and, after an impressive first few tracks (Greenlight, It's Over and No Other Love), it goes limp.
But Heffner denies the pair are an item and, with Jordan now back in the UK, the wrinkly lovemaker insists it's business as usual at the Playboy mansion.
Additional hit songs include "Baby Sitter," "Let Me Be Your Lovemaker," "Shoorah
He's a fantastic lovemaker, doesn't place any demands on me and treats me very well," she explains of her decision.
I know we're meant to be a lot more open nowadays, but whenever I see swingers talking about swinging or alfresco lovemakers talking about outdoor passion, all I hear in my head is a panicked Alan Partridge yelling: "Lynne, these are sex people
They're noisy lovemakers too - their nightly passionate romps make me feel inadequate - like a horny Bianca Jackson from EastEnders on a hen do, their screeches can be heard echoing round the 'hood.
These include Seth's The Golden Gate, Burgess's Byrne, Brown's 8 Stages of Grace, Porter's Wild Surmise, Wearne's The Nightmarkets and The Lovemakers, Castillo's Watercolor Women/Opaque Men, Evaristo's Lara, James Baker Hall's Praeder's Letters, Wolff's Make Lemonade and many more.
The San Francisco Chronicle dubbed the Lovemakers "Oakland's next big thing," so you'd better get down to John Henry's on Sunday and shake your moneymaker to the band's brand of rock 'n' roll before it gets too big for the venue.
com that regular checks are being made for immodest lovemakers.