Definition of Piece of tail

1. Noun. Slang for sexual intercourse.




Definition of Piece of tail

1. Noun. (US idiomatic colloquial vulgar) (alternative form of piece of ass) ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Piece Of Tail

piece of cloth
piece of clothing
piece of eight
piece of furniture
piece of ground
piece of land
piece of leather
piece of material
piece of music
piece of one
piece of tail (current term)
piece of work
piece of writing
piece out
piece rate
piece together
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pieced
pieceless
piecemealed
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piecened
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pieceners

Literary usage of Piece of tail

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1. A Laboratory manual and text-book of embryology by Charles William Prentiss (1922)
"Sheath End piece of tail FlG. 7. — Diagram spermatozoon, surface Bonnet). of a human view (Meves, ..."

2. Friends' Intelligencer by Friends Intelligencer Association (1867)
"In another case a piece of tail 2.5 centimetres long, from which the skin had been removed WH> inserted under the skin of another rat so as to be completely ..."

3. John Knox and the Town Council of Edinburgh: With a Chapter on the So-called by Robert Miller (1898)
"... and a certain piece of tail of the said lands pertaining to the heirs of the late Thomas Chisholm, lying beside the North Loch, on the north. ..."

4. A Text-book of Ore and Stone Mining by Clement Le Neve Foster (1897)
"The system is applicable to roads of varying gradients, and arrangements can easily be made for working branches, by having a special piece of tail rope in ..."

5. A Treatise on Ore and Stone Mining by Clement le Neve Foster (1905)
"The system is applicable to roads of varying gradients, and arrangements can easily be made for working branches, by having a special piece of tail rope in ..."

6. Appleton's Dictionary of Machines, Mechanics, Engine-work, and Engineering by D. Appleton and Company, Oliver Byrne (1852)
"M «mncl cast on the side of tlle lt)wer piece of tail-stock, carrying a shaft and pinion geering into я ' ei^e of bed-p,ece, for the purpose of ..."

7. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1899)
"... piece of the tail in one or two places with a hot blunt needle, and then amputate the loose hanging piece of tail behind the distal point of puncture. ..."

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