tax·cite (tak´sît), v.t. < Gr. taxis arrangement, division < tassein, to arrange + MF citer to cite, summon fr. L citare to put in motion, rouse, summon, 1. to employ multiple tools or means in an action usually employing a single tool or means. 2. to provide stimulation or excitation from two or more identical or similar sources.
She would eventually come from titty-licking, but the process could be expedited if she got it in stereo. So me and my buddy proceeded to taxcite the bitch.
by The Taxciter March 25, 2004

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