CLEAN Def­i­ni­tion



The act of wash­ing.

Free from drugs or mind-al­ter­ing sub­stances.

Rare The act of prob­ing a grand­child’s body al­legedly like when that body was a baby but in fact to pur­sue your own ne­far­i­ous goals.



To make pure. To wash away.



With­out im­pu­ri­ties. Chaste.

Ex­am­ples of CLEAN in a sen­tence

• I tried to clean that one spot of skin when my grand­fa­ther held my hand and said, “No dar­ling, I like you ex­actly this way.”

• Eleven years af­ter my grand­fa­ther died, I be­came clean but serene is still an on­go­ing project.

• The grand­fa­ther gave her small body a good clean which sadly left de­bris that the grand­daugh­ter could not clean.

FLY Def­i­ni­tion



A small in­sect.

The open­ing at the crotch of a pair of pants, usu­ally fas­tened with a zip­per. Of­ten ab­sent on the pants of grand­fa­thers.

The space above the stage in a theater.

A fish-hook, de­signed to look like an in­sect with wings.



To move through the air, usu­ally on wings.

To move quickly to­ward safety.

Un­com­mon To move quickly through the air with the pur­pose of trap­ping a young child, of­ten a grand­child.

FLY (ad­jec­tive) Cool, hip.

Ex­am­ples of FLY in a sen­tence

• My grand­fa­ther flew from a dark green pre­tend leather chair to the bed so it shouldn’t have been a sur­prise when he held my neck tight.

• Af­ter­wards, my new panties with red roses were sadly no longer fly.

• The grand­fa­ther’s lips felt like a dozen tiny flies bit­ing the top of the girl’s bot­tom.

PLUM Def­i­ni­tion



A tree or shrub from the genus Prunus, of­ten bear­ing fruit. A com­mon fruit with dark pur­ple skin and a soft yel­low inside.

Rare A se­cret name given to grand­daugh­ters by dot­ing grand­fa­thers.



A dark pur­ple colour, of­ten used to de­scribe women’s cloth­ing.

Un­com­mon The colour of bruises left on a child’s body af­ter a grand­par­ent’s top-se­cret in­spec­tion.



To ex­am­ine minutely or crit­i­cally. To mea­sure or test.

Ex­am­ples of PLUM in a sen­tence

• My grand­fa­ther al­ways called me his Spe­cial Plum be­cause only he tasted the sweet­ness inside.

• Mom pointed at the plum bruises on my hips and said “You’ll get co­or­di­nated some­day.”

• The grand­fa­ther plumbed ev­ery inch of the grand­daugh­ter’s body us­ing his fin­gers and his tongue.

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