transitive verb: Inflected forms: car•an•der•ized, car•an•der•iz•ing, car•an•der•iz•es DEFINITIONS: 1. (originally) To smell a bicycle seat specifically. 2. (generally now, in common use) By using one's nose in very very close proximity, to detect and delight in the odor, stink or scent, and to gauge for vulgar or perverse personal pleasure, the seamy olfactory characteristics of an object, most commonly a seat, which has been in direct contact with the, clothed or unclothed, buttocks or ass of a person. Other Forms: car'an•der•i•za'tion (noun); car'an•der•iz'er (noun).
(in current use) Martin loved to caranderize the still warm seats in the movie theater as soon as possible after the audience had exited.; (originally) Willie would spend hours caranderizing at the bicycle rack outside the library's entrance.
作者 Lt. Johnny C. 2007年12月23日