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Excitation of one's own or another's genital organs, usually to orgasm, by manual contact or means other than sexual intercourse.

mas′tur·ba′tor n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.masturbator - a person who practices masturbation
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
frotteur - someone who masturbates by rubbing against another person (as in a crowd)
jerk-off, tosser, wanker - terms of abuse for a masturbator
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amp;nbsp;In May 2016, an alleged serial subway masturbator apparently approached women on trains with questions following which he would start masturbating, police said, according to (http://www.
Though the poem is indebted to the Second Book of Samuel for its characters and situation, the allusion to notorious masturbator Uriah Heep of David Copperfield would have been conspicuous to Victorian audiences.
As a result, Megan is disciplined, while Eugene experiences some kind of awakening in the presence of his new firearm, which he carries with the air of a compulsive masturbator.
Anakana Schofield takes readers into the strange world of Martin John, flasher, public masturbator, and mentally ill security guard.
Does show a characteristic towards nomadism and a tendency to "get even" a masturbator.
Curiously, one of the most important texts of Western culture, the Bible, is split on the penalty to be inflicted on the masturbator.
RealTouch, for example, is a male masturbator made up of synthetic orifice in a plastic tube and connected to a computer.
Roth's lasting and inescapable reputation among many readers was solidified in 1969 when he published Portnoy's Complaint, the story of a compulsive masturbator confessing on his psychoanalyst's couch.
Castro said he had himself been sexually abused as a child and had grown up obsessed with sex, addicted to pornography and a compulsive masturbator.
The following guest, Masturbator, discusses the pleasures of his solitary entertainment, which he brags of enjoying everywhere, even in the street under a loose robe.
Dali imagined himself symbolically as the Great masturbator (1929), a painting which presents itself as a kind of self-portrait, in the image of a creature "driven by the darkest desires and pleasures" (Amossy 1995: 95).