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cuntline or contline or cantline
1. The spiraling groove between two strands of a rope.
2. The space between bilges (the widest part) of two casks stowed side by side.
From cant (slope), from French from Latin cantus (corner), from canthus (rim). Earliest documented use: 1848.
“The cuntline in the rope of our legs.”
Nadine Botha; Ants Moving the House Millimetres; Deep South; 2005.
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