lascivious

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lascivious

adjective Referring to or motivated by an overactive sex drive. It is a non-medical term.
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BOISE, Idaho -- Defense attorneys have filed an appeal claiming a man convicted of lewd conduct in Idaho should get a new trial because they say a prosecutor introduced racism into the case by quoting lyrics from the song ''Dixie'' in her closing argument.
He is due in court next month and faces a fine of up to pounds 650 if convicted of lewd conduct.
Jason Willey, 26, was arrested April 4 on suspicion of molestation and has been charged with seven counts of lewd conduct with a minor.
In April, Michael, 35, was arrested in a public toilet in Beverly Hills and later fined pounds 500 for lewd conduct.
Charges vary from state to state and may be disorderly conduct, lewd conduct or importuning.
Stickings's history of sex offences dates back to 1980 when he was convicted of indecent assault and lewd conduct in a public park in Scotland.
VENTURA - A 48-year-old Camarillo man suspected of fondling an 11-year-old girl while she was separated from her father at a Moorpark shopping center has been arrested on suspicion of lewd conduct, police said.
Michael - who was arrested last year for lewd conduct in a Los Angeles public toilet - added: "The exposure of celebrities' private lives has increased tolerance.
The disgraced singer - recently convicted of lewd conduct in front of a male cop - went out on the town with a GIRL.
Our message is clear: Businesses that disobey zoning laws, promote lewd conduct and facilitate prostitution are not welcome in Reseda or any part of Los Angeles.
Minoui contends the lewd conduct charges should be considered ``three strikes, you're out'' cases under the state's sentencing laws because he was convicted in 1988 of assault with a deadly weapon and attempted robbery.
The policeman who arrested him for lewd conduct in a Los Angeles lavatory alleged the singer later slandered him on TV.