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Thesaurus for swingers

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for swingers

a person who dates/sleeps with multiple people at the same time.
"you seein' someone?"
"im seein a few people, i guess you could say"
"oh, so you're a swinger?"
by hoyden April 06, 2004
sex
What kind of moron are you that you look up sex in the urban dictionary?
Looking up sex??? Seriously, get off now before I turn off the internet.
by TJ (CC) December 03, 2005
A lifestyle of non-monogany where sexual relations occur outside the established couple. Swingers tend to refrain from romantic attachments with their outside partners, thus differentiating themselves from PolyAmorists. There is some overlap between the two communities, though the closeness of the comparisons are generally not acknowledged.
Swingers often engage in the activity as a couple. "Swing Parties" are venues where the activity may occur.
by Ronald A. King March 28, 2005
Sex party involving many partners
"There will be 3 girls and 7 guys at the orgy next week."
by "Fire" January 14, 2003
The ability to reach down someone's pants and be satisfied with whatever you find.
Jane is bisexual
John is heteroexual
Jane had a bisexual affair with John and Jill
by Homicide April 06, 2004
When more than 2 people engage in sexual activity, this can include straight, lesbian, and gay groups. Also, abbreviated as "GS"

Alice: Where were you last night?
Tom: At Jay's party.
Alice: You were out pretty late...what did you do there?
Tom: Just a bit of group sex, there were like 20 people there!!!
by JoTheRenthead August 12, 2006
When a group of three people join together for sexual pleasure.
My best friend asked me to join she and her husband for a threesome.
by Belinda November 05, 2004
Something I never get invited to.
There was a party last night, but I wasn't invited.
by NGFL November 16, 2005
The practice, state or ability of having more than
one sexual loving relationship at the same time, with the full
knowledge and consent of all partners involved.

This is the definition used by California polyamorist Morning Glory Zell, who coined the term in the early 1980's.
Polyamory differs from adultery because all the partners know about each others' lovers, so there is not secrecy or betrayal.
by John Ullman May 17, 2004
a woman with the morals of a man
by sally May 11, 2003