third leg


third leg
penis (specifically a long one)

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  • third leg —    the penis    Also vulgarly as the middle leg:     He had to learn to live with the fact that his third leg had proved faulty. (Goldman, 1984 he was sexually impotent) …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • third leg — n the penis. A variant of middle leg …   Contemporary slang

  • third leg — (Slang) penis …   English contemporary dictionary

  • The third leg — penis …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • the third leg — Australian Slang penis …   English dialects glossary

  • leg — I UK [leɡ] / US noun [countable] Word forms leg : singular leg plural legs *** 1) one of the two parts of your body to which your feet are attached He s trying to balance on one leg. She sat down and crossed her legs. a) [only before noun]… …   English dictionary

  • leg — leg1 [ leg ] noun count *** ▸ 1 part of body ▸ 2 clothing covering leg ▸ 3 meat from animal leg ▸ 4 part of furniture ▸ 5 part of trip/race ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) one of the two parts of your body to which your feet are attached: He s trying to balance …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Leg spin — is a style of spin bowling in cricket. A leg spinner bowls right arm with a wrist spin action, causing the ball to spin anti clockwise at the point of delivery. When the ball bounces, the spin causes the ball to deviate sharply from right to left …   Wikipedia

  • Third Orders — • Lay members of religious orders, i.e. men and women who do not necessarily live in community and yet can claim to wear the habit and participate in the good works of some great order Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Third Orders      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Third party (United States) — The term third party is used in the United States for a political party other than one of the two major parties, at present, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. It is used as (innumerate) shorthand for all such parties, or sometimes… …   Wikipedia

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