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Synonyms for massage

Synonyms for massage

kneading and rubbing parts of the body to increase circulation and promote relaxation

manually manipulate (someone's body), usually for medicinal or relaxation purposes

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give a massage to

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As BackRub developed street cred, the name was changed to Google--from the mathematical term googol, which is the number 1 followed by 100 zeroes, equal to 10 (100).
AddictingGames' growth has been driven by more than 50 new game submissions per week, representing content from more than 1,000 young game creators and through short, viral games that such as "Zidane Head Butt" and "Bush Backrub.
Nobody worthy of a backrub would ever want to hurt a moose, but most of us would like to have the head of one about the house.
Unwind with an Indian head massage at Heathrow Terminal 1's Pressurepoint or let a therapist ease those shoulder aches at the walk-in backrub centre in Gatwick South, while at the relaxation station in Glasgow airport there's a range of soothing treatments.
Occasionally people think it's a feel-good backrub," says certified Denver Rolfer Delbert Dorn.
Massage, in the form of the backrub, was taught as a fundamental of nursing practice.
I'd give you a backrub, honey, except with these bruises .
That might be a moisturizing skin lotion, a new pair of slippers or a "gift certificate' for a foot massage or backrub.
New Channel Will Host Games Titles Ripped From the Headlines; Zidane Headbutt, Bush Backrub, Cheney's Fury and Airport Security Are Among First Titles
The pair created software that listed results on the popularity of websites and called it BackRub.
Getting down to it: While you soak in the foam, he gives you a sensuous backrub with oils and, before long, you're both getting playful with those bubbles until he joins you in the tub.
The backrubs will take place on the train and will be conducted by two qualified therapists from The Walk-in Backrub.
MAKE a pact with your loved one that you will give him a backrub one night this week.
Thirty-three percent of moms wish their husbands would simply clean the house or cook a meal and 24 percent would settle for a backrub.