fondling[ fon-dl ]SEE DEFINITION OF fondling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FONDLING
He wished to run about and make himself ill, to escape the fondling that disgusted him.
But worse than all, I see you fondling the notion that you are rich.
You have been feeling and fondling, and you see the natural consequence.
"Don't ask me," sighed the little man, fondling his red whiskers.
She flushed at this, but said never a word, only biting her nether lip and fondling the child.
The girl shrank away and dropped the hand she had been fondling.
She lay for a while fondling her niece and kissing her, as she had not done for years.
The youngster was quiet again, now that his father was fondling him.
But in that hour I became her friend, and ceased to be no more than her child and fondling.
He could bear anything better than the sight of fondling lovers.