group-grope

group-grope

vulgar slang A scenario in which multiple, possibly many, people engage in sexual touching or activity. The rumor is that they used to host these creepy group-gropes at that mansion.
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group-grope

n. a real or imagined group of people engaged in sexual activities. That party turned into a hopeless group-grope.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The event was a presidential candidate group-grope and steak-fry held in Indianola, Iowa, in September 2007.
The author takes obvious pleasure in language, especially compound words: "burner-hustlers," "fear-scanning" (as for the narks), "group-grope," "street-scronge," "riot-gasm,""eyeball-data, "Keats-Shriek!" and "Blake-Flesh" (which carry him into the territory of fancy, a relaxed state of almost pure invention),"methplummet," "yogambulate," "slumopathic lust," and, of course "chaos" as a verb as in "he chaos'd her poems." The humor built into these words allows ordinary sentences a pleasurable but also meaningful zippiness: "Cynthia and John were setting up an exclusive relationship--that is, a pact of mono-grope relative to groin-clink."
The exhibitionistic display of the naked body--the old woman's in the witty Why the French Fear Americans and the group-grope in Brother and Sister and Nick's Picnic--at once hides and compensates for the absence of self, reflecting Fischl's tacit narrative of this gesture's lack of significance, which is subtly brought to the fore by the ironic photo-sleaze textures of the work.