verb (used without object), mas·tur·bat·ed, mas·tur·bat·ing.
to engage in masturbation.
verb (used with object), mas·tur·bat·ed, mas·tur·bat·ing.
to practice masturbation upon.
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Origin of masturbate
1855–60; < Latin masturbātus, past participle of masturbārī to engage in masturbation
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Examples from the Web for masturbator
Caleb can save lives every day, but he will never be a decent human being as long as he follows the Way of the Masturbator.
He had spells of moroseness and irritability, however, and had also been a masturbator.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 5 (of 6)|Havelock Ellis
to stimulate the genital organs of (oneself or another) to achieve sexual pleasure
Word Origin for masturbate
C19: from Latin masturbārī, of unknown origin; formerly thought to be derived from manus hand + stuprāre to defile
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To perform an act of masturbation.
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