get one's jollies
- vbto derive enjoyment, obtain sensual sat-isfaction. The gratification referred to in this phrase is often less innocuous than the lighthearted nature of the words might imply.► It's not my Idea of a good time, but If that's how you get your jollies, I won't stand in your way.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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get one's jollies — (informal) To enjoy oneself, have fun • • • Main Entry: ↑jolly * * * informal have fun or find pleasure … Useful english dictionary
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jollies — n pl gratification. The expression can cover indulgences ranging from innocent enjoyment, through thrills, to more sinis ter and/or sexual stimulation. The word usually occurs in the phrase get one s jol lies … Contemporary slang
get your jollies — mainly american spoken, showing disapproval phrase to get pleasure from an activity or experience Do you get your jollies from wasting money on things you don’t need? Thesaurus: to enjoy something, or to enjoy yourselfsynonym Main entry: jolly *… … Useful english dictionary
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jolly — jolly1 adjective (jollier, jolliest) happy and cheerful. ↘informal lively and entertaining. verb (jollies, jollying, jollied) informal encourage in a friendly way. ↘(jolly someone/thing up) make someone or something more jolly. adverb Brit.… … English new terms dictionary