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= round-the-world.See also round-the-world
(An act of) oral stimulation of several different parts of a person's body, especially including fellatio and anilingus.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in Advocate Christian Holiness. From around + the + world.
around-the-world/əˌraʊn(d) ðə ˈwəːld/
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