gang-bang


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gang-bang

1. and gang-shag n. an act of serial copulation, with one female and a group of males. It was nothing but a gang-bang, and a drunken one at that.
2. and gang-shag n. group rape of a woman. There was another gang-bang in the park last week.
3. in. & in. to perform an act of serial copulation, as in senses 1 or 2. A bunch of guys gang-banged Sally, for a fee, of course.
4. tv. & in. to gang up on someone or something. They’re always gang-banging. The punks!
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Veronica and Olivia used to gang-bang, but stopped; now Olivia was pregnant at 16.
As the race does not fall under Jockey Club rules, the presiding stewards' panel took an unusually lenient view of the amateurs' 3m6f marathon, with regular Newmarket steward Leslie Harrison stating in the parade ring before the off: "If they have a gang-bang at the two-mile marker there's not much we can do about it.
A dreadful man who is as grey as a squirrels' gang-bang and the only guy popular on Bonfire Night.
Police and Army chiefs were last night investigating the gang-bang, which was recorded by jeering, drunken squaddies on mobile phone cameras.
There are so many more things I would like to ask him, but I don't get around to it, 'cos it's a Press conference, a gang-bang, and in any case he's impenetrable.
Given some real motivation to attend classes, behave and study rather than to ditch, spray graffiti and gang-bang, we'll see some improvement in our public schools.
Had there been a gang-bang, ratings would have gone through the roof.