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Definition of pounce

pounce

verb

  • to engage in sexual intercourse.
    Dude, you totally pounced him, huh?
    Did you pounce her?

    Last edited on Apr 23 2013. Submitted by Sarah from Mills College, Oakland, CA, USA on Aug 28 2003.

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