Definition of "wenching" [wenching]

  • Present participle of wench. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wenching" in a sentence
  • "Sunday also saw the very silly what to look for in an evil overlord panel, out of which came the stunning realisation that there is no opposite term for 'wenching'."
  • "During the meetings, which happened twice a month with a week-long “convention” in the summer, consisted of orgies, rituals, “wenching”, and drinking."
  • "In Game of Thrones' debut, viewers met King Robert Barantheon, a laid-back monarch who seems more interested in wenching and quenching various appetites than in ruling the Seven Kingdoms."
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