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1. The intrinsic hilarity of the double entendre?
2. I found none of the double entendres in Whiplash Whispers funny, and the illustrations were a bit tasteless.
3. He became enraged at the double entendre.
4. He has a fondness for outrageous double entendre.
5. The double entendre implied in the mark (perfume and the female form) add depth, meaning and a sense of discovery to the identity.
6. This was greeted with an irreverent laugh, and the youth blushed deeply, and tried to look as if he had meant to insinuate what knowing people called a "double entendre."
7. He is a master of the pun and the double entendre.
8. It was funny surely, because it dissolved that secret source of female power into a double entendre.
9. Once, we had tea and crumpet without a hint of double entendres.
10. You mean my cello?No, I mean the obvious, crude,[sentencedict.com] double entendre.
11. Casino Royale was Ian Fleming's first 007 novel, and Bond here is an agent on his first big case, a rough diamond who has not yet acquired his savoir faire or taste for the double entendre.
12. But when the "social web" gave way to "social media", it didn't take long to figure out that our double entendre had become a single entendre.
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