Listen to oblige pronounced


verb. 1 a to bind by some favor rendered. b to place under a debt. c to do a favor to. 2 a to please. b to gratify. c to accommodate. 3 a to constrain by physical, moral, or legal force. b to put under obligation to do or forbear something.

An aging Angelina endeavored to salvage her youth and reclaim her vibrancy by feasting on the raw, inexperienced men that frequented her favorite piano bar. And these men, her toys, enthusiastically obliged the fading beauty. They validated her vanity by complimenting, and then savoring the tightness of her pussy and the milkiness of her breasts.

Listen to punctilious pronounced


adjective. 1 very nice or exact in the forms of behavior, etiquette, or mutual intercourse. 2 precise. 3 a attentive. b exact in the smallest particulars.

Mitch had always been punctilious about all things. But his friends thought he was a bit too persnickety when he organized his pornography collection by labeling each cover with the sex acts contained within.

Listen to leviathan pronounced


noun. 1 anything of immense size and power. 2 a serpent. b aquatic animal described in the Book of Job, and mentioned in other religious texts.

Mandingo’s cock was a towering, uncircumcised leviathan that both tantalized and terrified every woman that had the pleasure to become acquainted with it.

Listen to froward pronounced


adjective. 1 not willing to yield or comply with what is required or is reasonable. 2 perverse. 3 disobedient. 4 peevish.

The professor came to regret his dalliance with the nubile coed now sitting in the back of his class. She took great pleasure in his torment, teasing and denying him the satisfaction of her conquest. The froward miss learned to keep men wanting more, and more is what the professor sought to gain by overlooking her academic deficiencies. Though the quid pro quo was well established by centuries of precedent, he should have known better. The undergraduate was a terrible student of history.

Listen to harangue pronounced


noun. 1 a in a bad sense, a noisy or pompous speech. b declamation. c ranting. 2 a a speech addressed to a large public assembly. b a loud address a multitude. 3 a popular oration.

Feeling particularly magnanimous this morning, Joey did not harangue his wife about the growing pile of dishes in the kitchen sink. It wasn’t that he didn’t care. He cared. It was the slow, satisfying blow job the night before that put him in kind spirit.

Listen to kowtow pronounced


verb. 1 to show obsequious or servile deference. 2 the prostration made by inferiors to their superiors, either as homage or worship, by knocking the forehead on the ground.

Miranda and Karl found love early. They were inseparable from the time they were 2 years old. They were married at 20. Parents at 23. Karl was happy. Miranda was not. At 30 she began to feel a overwhelming regret. At 31 she began to resent her husband. Love turned to acrimony. Acrimony turned to alimony. Miranda won custody of the kids. Held them hostage. Karl was forced to kowtow to her whims and moods just to see them.