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lick off

1. To remove something by lapping it up with one's tongue. A noun or pronoun can be used between "lick" and "off." The animal licked the dirt and blood off its young. We sat licking ice cream off our hands in the hot summer sun.
2. vulgar slang To bring a woman to orgasm by performing cunnilingus. A noun or pronoun can be used between "lick" and "off."
See also: lick, off
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

lick something off (of) something

 and lick something off
to remove something from something by licking with the tongue. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) The dog licked the grease off of the floor where the meat had dropped. The dog licked off the grease.
See also: lick, off
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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SALTY PAWS Rinse your dog's paws after walks at this time of year, as salt is not good for their sensitive pads, or their digestive system if licked off. The same can be said for cats, so keep an eye on them.
Cats may also brush against the plant causing pollen to land in their fur, which may later be licked off when they clean themselves.
"Winter walks can become downright dangerous if chemicals from ice-melting agents are licked off bare paws.To help prevent cold weather dangers from affecting your pet's health, Pets at Home have provided advice for UK pet owners experiencing the wrath of the Beast from the East."
Meynell licked off the chocolate before flogging the gems in Hatton Garden.
Spot-ons need to be applied to the skin and not licked off; tablets need to be swallowed and not spat out later.
Gradually, it is torn from the hands of one and then another until finally licked off the ground by the most lowly ambition.
The political analyst also said that Santiago is suffering from an image problem, as some voters seemed unconvinced that the senator has already licked off her stage 4 lung cancer.
She licked off the Marmite and loved rolling the ball around."
DE-ICING SALTS Used to melt snow and ice, these are paw irritants that can be poisonous if licked off. Paws should be washed and dried as soon as the animal comes in from the snow.
Doggy diapers protect topical barriers from being licked off and can help manage leakage.
* Hair being licked off or pulled out when a cat engages in excessive grooming to dispel anxiety.
The massage involves being bathed and then having cheese spread on them and licked off. The newspaper said most customers were between 35 and 50 and it cost around RM185 ([pounds sterling]36/$50).
April 9, 1948 to April 9, 2011 by Mazin Qumsiyeh, Written on the way back home, dedicated to Juliano Mer-Khamis, a Palestinian-Jewish actor and director killed by unknown gunmen in Jenin My kind old mother lamentsDecades of memory that transcendsFake Gods and fake peace offerswho bless nichsayon and slaughterour eyes fail to see or just lamentblood of a child licked off a pavementBy stray thirsty catswith more morals than army bratsOur ears fail to hearvoice of Dr.
was further enhanced by its mingling with the barbeque sauce, greedily licked off as it dripped down my teenage fingers," the New York Daily News quoted her as writing.