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Definition of the verb Come Aloft
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- [obsolete, slang] To mount sexually; also, to have an erection.
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The Text Formed a New Collation of the Early Editions : in Eleven Volumes. The faithful shepherdess. - The knight of the burning pestle. - A king and no king. - Cupid's revenge. - The masque of the Inner-Temple and Gray's Inn. - Four plays in one by Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, Alexander Dyce
Come aloft] “ To come aloft means to tumble.' ' MASON. The expression is generally found applied to apes that were taught to vau1t_: here it is used merely as an incitement to mirth. >1 Re-enter Citizen with beer. Wife. Come, George, where's ...
by Francis Beaumont
come aloft, boyes, aloft. *"To come aloft means to tumble.' (Mason.) ...
by Eric Partridge
come aloft! isa c.p.of c. 1670–1700 or prob. for ...
by Jonathon Green
come aloft v. [late 16C-mid-17C] to have an erection. come aloft! excl. [17C] let's have fun! let's enjoy ourselves!
A Dictionary Of The English Language; In Which The Words Are Deduced From Their Originals; And Illustrated In Their Different Significations, By Examples From The Best Writers: Together With A History of the Language, and an English Grammar (1818)
by Samuel Johnson
Come aloft, boys, aloft / Beaum. and F. K. Burn.
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