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sculduddery

[ skuhl-duhd-uh-ree ]
/ skʌlˈdʌd ə ri /
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noun, plural scul·dud·der·ies.Chiefly British.

obscene behavior; lewdness.

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Origin of sculduddery

First recorded in 1705–15; origin uncertain

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  • Shakespeare wrote sculduddery because he liked it, and for no other reason; his sensuality is the measure of his vitality.

    Lysistrata|Aristophanes
  • They found that "sculduddery" was not a necessary attraction.

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