What is another word for threesome?

Pronunciation: [θɹˈiːsʌm] (IPA)

When looking for a different way to refer to a sexual encounter involving three people, there are several synonyms to choose from. A popular term is "triad," which refers to a group of three people who are romantically or sexually involved. Another term sometimes used is "menage a trois," a French phrase that translates to "household of three." For a more casual expression, "throuple" has been gaining popularity and is often used to describe a romantic relationship between three people. Other lesser-known terms include "triumvirate," "threeway," and "threesome." Regardless of the word chosen, it's important to always ensure all parties involved have given enthusiastic and informed consent.

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Famous quotes with Threesome

  • Yet what representative trio do not make a mad trio? Blake, Mrs. Aphra Behn, Zeno - not a typical but a representative threesome... Things do not go in simple pairs. Poetry is not a case of Shakespeare and Marlowe, Shelley and Keats, Wordsworth and Coleridge, Bridges and Masefield, Emily Dickinson and T. S. Eliot. Poetry is some awkward trio - like Caedmon, Oliver Goldsmith, Edna St. Vincent Millay. So with the novel.
    Laura Riding
  • About the eroticism of Anthony Burgess, it is interesting to notice that we never find ‘penetrative Eros’ either in twosome, threesome or a roomful of people. Anthony is, more than reticent, endowed with what used to be called ‘Christian modesty’ (which is also, Muslim, Jewish Orthodox Fundamentalism and Hindu, be it said). The grosser form of the sexual act is, very effectively, either - and this is more often the case - suggested by sequences of rhythmical images, as in Tremor of Intent when Miss Devi’s seduces Rupert Hillier in his ship cabine and her initial seduction followed by his response are evoked in a splendidly rhythmical crescendo (I’ve heard him read the pages aloud during a lecture given in Oklahoma or Denver), or, funnily and matter-of-factly, in a foreign language, as when, in a case of rape brought by Malay assistant against a small Chinese shopkeeper, her employer, while the prosecution goes on about "had he done this and he done that, and had there been any attempt to, shall we say, force his attention on her, and had he perhaps been importunate in demanding her favours"… The interpreter, having listened very patiently, just asks the girl, ‘Sudah masok?’ and she replies, quick as a flash, ‘Sudah.’
    Anthony Burgess

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