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lust

A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term for intense sexual desire for another person or, less commonly, an object.
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The book continues: "He made Lower House promise not to 'look lustfully upon any woman.
Far subtler than Eva Longoria lustfully eyeing a Magnum, this ad still deftly conveyed the message that ice cream and sex go hand in hand--even if you're getting rather more of one than the other.
At work his imagination continued, wondering what it might be like to have a junior stockbroker as his boyfriend, what it might be like to come home to a younger man lustfully waiting for his arrival.
He then said: "But I say to you that every one who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart" (Matthew 5:27).
Junior must have stood there for five minutes, looking lustfully at Roxy, while Larry continued his rattling.
And what notches on the bedpost they were --Four Weddings John Hannah, Anthony La Paglia (star of the hit series Without A Trace), TV's sexiest neck nibbler David Boreanez (from Buffy and Angel), ET's best friend Henry Thomas (grown up in the most delightful way) and the lustfully gorgeous Gael Garca Bernal, hero of the Oscar nominated The Motorcycle Diaries.
Hearts will race, shopping bags will be dropped like hot potatoes and husbands viciously thrust aside as women speed lustfully into his arms.
Bright, upfront black raspberry aromas, and raspberry flavors that last long and lustfully on the palate; a joy to consume.
Case in point: In the new movie's hottest scene, Damon's Tom Ripley looks lustfully at his friend Dickie Greenleaf (Jude Law) as he emerges from the bath.
As mum to a youngster the same age as 41-year-old, married family man Rix lustfully bedded.
The boyfriend is a boozy lecher who lustfully eyes his teen-age daughter's rear end.
Among countries with the most vicious records is the one that the West courts most lustfully, China.