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    Caress VS fondle

    What is the difference between caress and fondle?

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    Re: Caress VS fondle

    Quote Originally Posted by AH020387 View Post
    What is the difference between caress and fondle?
    Oh boy.

    Be careful with this one!!

    "Caress" means to touch or hold lovingly, gently, affectionately.

    I love caressing my girlfriend's hair.
    She caresses that dog like it's a baby.

    "Fondle" usually means to do so in a sexual manner. (From my dictionary): "charges that he fondled a patient during an examination". This is almost always used in a sexual/erotic context.

    (I don't think you need any examples for "fondle")

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