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salacious

A poetic (i.e., non-medical) adjective referring to sexual arousal, in particular with an element of or basis in indecency or lechery.

salacious

(sĕ-lā′shŭs) [L. salax, lustful]
Lustful or inciting to lust.
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The 3p cover price was aimed at capturing a mass market, along with the salaciously detailed descriptions of court cases and police investigations which became its stock in trade.
One is where people behave crookedly or salaciously, but another type involves people who use innuendo to allege someone is crooked without giving evidence.
One of the more salaciously sophisticated, Lot 010907 (7wl), 2007, features seven white zippers arranged to form an asterisk in the center of the canvas.
The Virgin Queen'' plays somewhat less salaciously than as billed.
SALACIOUSLY promising extended scenes not available on theatrical release, American Pie Uncut (Universal Pictures, pounds 14.
I argued that the subject matter was awful - I''m the only person I know who walked out of Schindler's List in the first half-hour because I found the violence salaciously gratuitous.
Across the globe, events big and small transpired and were recorded, not the least of which will be the arrival in Paris of Louis Bonaparte salaciously chronicled in Marx's Brunmaire
From the Irangate or Contragate affair of the late 1980s through to the more salaciously named toiletgate or sexyphotogate, which we're probably all less familiar with, it represents the most predictable form of reporting.
And if you find it really annoying when a studio audience whoops salaciously when a couple kisses, you'd do well to watch something else.
Christiane felt the vitriolic outpourings were partially prompted by a mishandled ad campaign, which salaciously exploited the more intimate moments between its then married stars Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman.
BUT the only flesh the camera lingers salaciously on is her arm, as they struggle to find a vein to inject her in.
The overseer leers at the young boy salaciously before launching into his pitch, but the "money shot" in this gadget pornography isn't orgasm: it's domestic convenience.