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2.
“becking.” To be “becked” is to be held up as such an evil and destructiv­e person that someone, somewhere, will interpret it as a call to eliminate that problem/person through violence.

This term is named after a fox news commentator that spews rhetoric often "targeting" specific individuals.
That guy is such a becker (someone who becks others). Glen Beck is a becker, Palin is a becker... what does that rhyme with.

That fox news commentator is becking that non-republican politician.
by InformedCitizen_huffpo January 10, 2011
 
1.
To use violent metaphors or make thinly-veiled suggestions of violence against opponents, while maintaining plausible deny-ability against charges of incitement.
After that Becking on FOX, our country is, in a word, well and truly 'Becked.
by Professor 1 January 09, 2011
 
3.
Verb. To be incredibly cool, awesome, sexy, or to give off an attitude of one who either does meth or eats out lots of girls.
"Ah man, Nolan's grey shirt really shows off his pecks."
"Hey, I'm wearing a grey shirt!"
"Becking!"
by BeckyofIowa October 31, 2011
 
4.
Doing anything particularly hardcore, but more specifically used when referring to getting blumpkins.
Yeah man, I was becking with her all night long, that ho never gives up brother.
by bex0r May 04, 2009
 
5.
sexual postition in which a man places his penis between a woman's breasts for purposes of gratification. The origins of this term are derived from the resemblence of the penis and breasts to "two turntables and a microphone" and a "bottle" between "cans", just clap your hands
"Dude, I was totally Becking this chick the other night..."
by TV's Michael Pawlak November 27, 2005
 
6.
The use of violent metaphors or thinly-veiled suggestions of violence against others while maintaining plausible deny-ability.
After that Becking on FOX News, our country is truly 'Becked'.
by ZGlass February 01, 2011
 
7.
Becking" (verb) To use violent metaphors or make thinly-veiled suggestions of violence against opponents, while maintaining plausible deniability against charges of incitement
The timeline also unintentionally chronicles the becking of America, in which right-wing media personalities and lawmaker employ violent metaphors or thinly-veiled suggestions of violence to demonize their opponents.

Our country is, in a word, well and truly Becked.
by indolering January 10, 2011