home run n.
1. an escape from prison.
|Prison Gates Ajar 9: I [...] jumped the fence and made a ‘home run’.|
2. (US, also homer) sexual intercourse; both heterosexual and homosexual (cf. first base n. (1); second base under second adj.; third base under third adj.).
|War of Camp Omongo 58: I hear she’s been knocked for a homer just about every year since Omongo was erected.|
|Hot to Trot 16: Home run (with protection) [...] Home run bareback.|
|Urban Dict. [Internet] home run to go all the way with. Last night I scored a home run with Lisa.|
|Honey, Honey, Miss Thang 93: I just automatically come. Yeah, just the way he’s hitting. Simple as that. Home runs.|
|‘WWE Confidential Report’ 30 Jun. [Internet] You see you stand now before The Rock, looking at The Rock, gawking at The Rock, wanting to go one on one with The Great One. [Going ‘1 on 1’ with the Great One = Home Run.] And now in front of all The Rock’s fans you want to serve The Rock a great big piece of that ‘poontang pie?’.|
(US campus) to have sexual intercourse.
|Cheers [NBC-TV] First base nothing. I bet I could hit a home run with her [HDAS].|
|Dict. of Today’s Words 77: Getting run – having sex.et al.|
|Sl. and Sociability 71: ‘To have sex’ is to score or hit a home run.|