Definition of Roll in the hay
1. Noun. Slang for sexual intercourse.
Generic synonyms: Carnal Knowledge, Coition, Coitus, Congress, Copulation, Intercourse, Relation, Sex Act, Sexual Congress, Sexual Intercourse, Sexual Relation
Language type: Dirty Word, Filth, Obscenity, Smut, Vulgarism, Argot, Cant, Jargon, Lingo, Patois, Slang, Vernacular
Derivative terms: Fuck, Fuck, Screw, Screw
2. Verb. Have sexual intercourse with. "Sam cannot roll in the hay Sue "; "Were you ever intimate with this man?"
Related verbs: Make Out, Neck
Specialized synonyms: Have, Take, Fornicate
Generic synonyms: Copulate, Couple, Mate, Pair
Derivative terms: Bed, Fuck, Fucker, Fucking, Love, Love, Lover, Screw, Screwing
Language type: Archaism
Lexicographical Neighbors of Roll In The Hay
Literary usage of Roll in the hay
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1887)
"Braying again, the Ass asked : " Shall I instead go and roll in the hay with ... And so he went to roll in the hay. One of the tales the children liked best ..."
2. The Practical Teacher by Joseph Hughes (1885)
"Yes ; it was great fun to roll in the hay. You were playing ; but the men could not do that, they had to work. You could leave off when you liked, ..."
3. The Universal Songster: Or, Museum of Mirth: Forming the Most Complete (1834)
"... E'en the thought of it now makes me burn with Is Shelah's soft lips, when I give her a blessing, delight, While we roll in the hay on a sun-shiny night. ..."
4. My Tiny Life: Crime and Passion in a Virtual World by Julian Dibbell (1998)
"... out there who could use some help with the subtle art of pulling off a virtually convincing roll in the hay. Thus, patient readers, did the gooey ..."
5. Summer Days at Vallombrosa by Virginia Wales Johnson (1911)
""Let them roll in the hay," interposed the laborer. "Ah! They are young." (Sono gio- vane.) A baby, already nimble on little legs encased in pink stockings, ..."
6. Peter Parley's Annual. by William Martin (1865)
"... to make daisy chains in the meadows, and to roll in the hay, and to work our samplers— yes, we go back to the days of samplers—the cross row four times ..."