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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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.
You've made these gang-bang girls be nice to each other and be girls for the time that you were there.
Mike immediately bumps into young Roland (Trent Cameron) and Slim (Duane Finley) at the junior high school, and the latter easily welcome Mike into their lives, seeking to clear the rural cobwebs off him and instruct him in the ways of the Wood, which include the rule, as Slim explains, that you either gang-bang or play hoops.
Had there been a gang-bang, ratings would have gone through the roof.
He says, `I don't gang-bang,' '' the detective said.
Next, of course, there was the alleged gang-bang at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane, ten long days ago.
Reps and guests alike staged a drunken mass gang-bang on the family beach in broad daylight, and when a (censored) video was shown on Corfu TV news, it caused outrage amongst the locals, who have called for prosecutions for public indecency.