menage menage


  • (n) a social unit living together



  1. With just a little care they can combine art, design and language into an orgiastic menage-a-trois of beauty.
  2. No, the two guys don't go for each other; the triad tried a menage a trois once but stopped because Chris thought it was icky.
  3. They lived in a confused menage near Central Park.


  • Court report for week of June 10 through June 18

    O.W.I. • Against Peter Joseph Menage, 321 W. McGregor Street, Algona, O.W.I. second offense – 90 days jail, 83 days suspended jail, one year probation to Kossuth County Sheriff Office, $2,656.25 fine, surcharge and court costs.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Algona Upper Des Moines


  1. Rhys told me that "there will be a bit Keira of a menage a trois scene going on. I hope I'm up for it".
    on Apr 13, 2007 By: Matthew Rhys Source: Daily Mail

  2. "We shot the menage a trois and the girl was really beautiful," Stone said, according to the news outlet. "The ratings board made us take it out. I guess it was too hot."
    on Mar 31, 2006 By: Sharon Stone Source: Southern Voice

  3. "Obama's interests won't be well-served by this Canadian menage a trois," says John Kirton, a political science professor at the University of Toronto.
    on Dec 29, 2008 By: John Kirton Source: Bloomberg

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