It was not a double-entendre, but a mot of triple ambiguity.
A double-entendre is designed here, and the same is often to be found in old plays.
This double-entendre was originally published in a Philadelphia newspaper a hundred years ago.
The double-entendre of Telo with Mentula is evident, and makes clear the apology to Venus.
Then there is double-entendre, implying a secondary meaning of doubtful delicacy.
Though a good fellow and a wisely humorous one, he seldom said any thing whose cleverness lay in a double-entendre.
No double-entendre was intended, but Ruth's thoughts gave one miserable bound to Arnold.
It is not its political significance that makes it diverting, but the double-entendre therein.
It dealt in private scandal and ribaldry, only the more piquant for its pretty flimsy veil of double-entendre.