a double entendre

a double entendre

a word or phrase which has two different meanings, one of which is sexual or rude His speech at the dinner was full of bad jokes and double entendres.
See also: double
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But a double entendre name is not always a sore point.
The line, "Someday I'm gonna stand beside my King," rests alongside a double entendre about some sugar in the bowl.
So keeping him out of Church is less of a double entendre and more a single entendre isn't it?
You may not be surprised to learn that the king is employing, just barely, a double entendre.
The name of the company, said Schroeder, "is a double entendre.
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