truant with your bed


truant with your bed
   obsolete
   to copulate extramaritally
   A truant was a professional beggar, whence an absconder, and so a child absenting himself from school:
    The double wrong to truant with your bed,
   And let her read it in thy looks at board.
   (Shakespeare, The Comedy of Errors)

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