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Beaver rate
(Noun) A Canadian animal which is best known for its habit of building small dams.
Usage: The beaver swam away home.

beaver rate
(Adult / Slang)
1. Colloquialism, since the early 1900s, for the female genitals including the pubic hair, based on that animal's shiny black fur and flat tail. See vagina for synonyms.

Quote: Bumper sticker: ' Be kind to animals, kiss a beaver.'

2. The female pubic hair.

3. Short for beaver flick, a pornographic movie.
Synonyms: adult movie; beaver flick; beefcake film; blue flick; blue movie; bluey; cock movie; cockfest; dirty movie; flesh flick; fuck film; het film; horn movie; porno film; porno flick; porno movie; pornographic film; pornographic movie; skin flick; stag movie; X-rated movie.
See also: beaver loop; boylies; cinebonds; cinema XXX; cinemarotic; eroductions; girlies; leather film; pornchops; pricktures.

4. A beaver shot. Etymology: Lawrence Paros. The Erotic Tongue (1984): ' Kilgore Trout, in Kurt Vonnegut's Breakfast of Champions , defined a beaver as "the photo of a woman not wearing underpants and with her legs far apart so that the growth of her vagina could be seen." He then went on to explain that: "The expression was first used by news photographers who often got to see up women's skirts at accidents, sporting events, and from underneath fire escapes and so on. They needed a code word to yell to other newsmen and friendly policemen and firemen and so on, to let them know what could be seen in case they wanted to see it. The word was this: " Beaver! " '

Beaver rate
(Noun) It's a type of animal belonging to the family Castoridae
beaver rate
(Verb) British for "working hard" - but since the American definition is well-known there, a clueless British announcer will be puzzled at the giggling that greets his innocuous comments.
beaver rate
(Adult / Slang)
(Noun) (Slang) A woman's private parts, including the pubic hair.
Usage: Jonathan Winters: "What's that movie - 'Dances with Wolves'? I'm doing a similar one: "Sleeping with Beavers'".

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