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pearl necklace

vulgar slang A term for the spots of semen left on a woman's neck and chest after a man ejaculates between her breasts.
See also: pearl
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She looked and looked, longing to know which might be least valuable; and was determined in her choice at last, by fancying there was one necklace more frequently placed before her eyes than the rest.
"You must think of somebody else too, when you wear that necklace," replied Miss Crawford.
I'm glad I left my necklace. And I am glad you are with me, Bev.
We scrambled in, lighted a lamp and found the missing necklace. The Story Girl stood on the platform and gave an imitation of the catastrophe of the evening that made me shout with laughter.
"I am sure--at least, I trust," thought Celia, "that the wearing of a necklace will not interfere with my prayers.
As our little Georgiana said, three five-pound notes are better than nothing, and if you sell a necklace you can buy things with the produce.'
But as if by magic she had already donned them-- necklace, ear-rings, bracelets, and all.
But she is a little dreaded elsewhere in consequence of an indiscreet profusion in the article of rouge and persistency in an obsolete pearl necklace like a rosary of little bird's-eggs.
And it was really a pleasure--from the first opening of the bandbox, where everything smelt of lavender and rose-leaves, to the clasping of the small coral necklace that fitted closely round her little white neck.
" - and certainly not her emerald and diamond necklace on top of all.!"
He opened the jewel-case, and took from it a magnificent pearl necklace in an antique setting.
Others are acquired after birth; and of these some are bodily marks, as scars; some external tokens, as necklaces, or the little ark in the Tyro by which the discovery is effected.
"As for diamonds, I have them in numbers; rings, necklaces, sprigs, earrings, clasps.
Also she wore twisted brooches and shining earrings in the form of flowers; and round her soft throat were lovely necklaces.
The Abyssins are extremely charitable, and the women, on such occasions, will give even their necklaces and pendants, so that, with what I gave myself, I collected in the camp enough to pay the fine, and all parties were content.