Woolfolk told Galasso that the priest started by fondling him as a young boy, which escalated to rape by the time he was 12.
When sons Joe Jr. and Jack enter his office, Joe Sr. continues his fondling as his sons look on, “amused.”
It was an uberX driver who was charged with fondling a passenger in Chicago in March.
In April, an Uber driver was charged with fondling a passenger in Chicago.
So I sat down, and, fondling my sovereign in my pocket, fell into a dream.
He wished to run about and make himself ill, to escape the fondling that disgusted him.
fondling her father, she tried to coax him to eat the supper prepared for him.
"Don't ask me," sighed the little man, fondling his red whiskers.
fondling the trembling creature against her cheek, she talked first to him, then to his abashed persecutors.
She flushed at this, but said never a word, only biting her nether lip and fondling the child.
1690s, "treat with indulgence and affection," frequentative of fond "dote upon" (see fond). Sense of "caress" first recorded 1796. Related: Fondled; fondling (1670s as a past participle adjective).