What does it mean to toss yourself off?

What does it mean to toss yourself off?

toss off | toss somebody/yourself off. ​(British English, taboo, slang) to give yourself sexual pleasure by rubbing your sex organs; to give somebody sexual pleasure by rubbing their sex organs synonym masturbate.

What does toss with mean?

To toss a coin with (someone) for deciding something according to which side will land uppermost. verb. To get rid of; throw away; discard. verb. To be flung to and fro; be thrown about or pitched about.

What does toss over mean?

transitive verb. 1 : to forsake despite bonds of attachment or duty. 2 : to refuse to accept : reject.

Whats another word for throws off?

What is another word for throw off?

discard shed
throw aside evict
eject extrude
dismiss shuck
unburden dispense with

What does Exorbitance mean?

Definition of exorbitance 1 : an exorbitant action or procedure especially : excessive or gross deviation from rule, right, or propriety. 2 : the tendency or disposition to be exorbitant.

What does it mean to roll?

1 : to move or cause to move by turning over and over on a surface The ball rolled away. 2 : to shape or become shaped in rounded form She rolls the dough to make cookies.

What mean Rapids?

Rapids are areas of shallow, fast-flowing water in a stream. The many tiny waterfalls they create make the slope of the stream more steep. The safety of a section of river is measured by the class, or level, of its rapids.

What is the meaning of the idiom down and out?

Definition of down-and-out 1 : destitute, impoverished. 2 : physically weakened or incapacitated.

What are synonyms for put off?

Synonyms & Antonyms of put off

  • defer,
  • delay,
  • hold off (on),
  • hold over,
  • hold up,
  • lay over,
  • postpone,
  • put over,

What is the synonym of Disrupt?

throw into confusion, throw into disorder, throw into disarray, cause confusion in, cause turmoil in, play havoc with, derange, turn upside-down, make a mess of. disturb, disorder, disorganize, disarrange, interfere with, upset, unsettle, convulse. interrupt, suspend, discontinue. obstruct, impede, hamper.