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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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Edwin Giraldo Cortes, a 31-year-old extern priest from Colombia, South America, pleaded no contest to indecent exposure and lewd and lascivious behavior, records show.
No Virginia precedent sets forth specific types of evidence that must be proven to show lascivious intent in a sexual battery case.
11.10--LEWD, LASCIVIOUS, INDECENT ASSAULT OR ACT UPON OR IN THE PRESENCE OF CHILD; SEXUAL BATTERY
Under said law, there are several acts of child abuse, among which are those designated in Article III Section 5 (b) which punishes sexual intercourse or lascivious conduct and other sexual abuse of a child under 18 years old.
The day's events start at 6.30pm with a presentation by Dr Rita Severis on Unscrupulous Men and Lascivious Women: The Construction of Cypriot Sexuality by Travelers to Cyprus.
The new rules, which are yet to be notified, say " nothing will be permitted which arouses the prurient interest of the audience, consists of a sexual act, lascivious movements, gestures for the purpose of sexual propositioning or indicating the availability of sexual access to the dancer or in the course of which the dancer exposes her genitals or if a female is topless".
The Baker and his wife head into the woods with six magic beans and encounter 12-yearold Jack (Daniel Huttlestone), who is off to market to sell his cow Milky White, Cinderella (Anna Kendrick), who is fleeing from a ball thrown by a charming Prince (Chris Pine), Little Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford), who intends to visit her Granny (Annette Crosbie) but would make a tasty snack for the lascivious Wolf (Johnny Depp), and Rapunzel (Mackenzie Mauzy), who is consigned to a tower which can only be accessed by lowering her flaxen hair to a smitten lover (Billy Magnusson).
Just how beautiful and intriguing it can sound (it has been compared to the sound of the human voice) will be revisited in a concert titled "That lascivious cornetto'' at 3 p.m.
She was an 18-year-old high school senior when she was first charged with a felony--lewd and lascivious battery on a minor--for dating a 14-year-old freshman girl.
Why are you sending such obviously lascivious issues to some readers and not all of us?
With an eye to the bawdy and lascivious double entendre of the original work, the annotations provide detailed analysis of linguistic turns and hidden meanings often not found in more traditional editions, based on newer, edited versions of the text.
She declares: "I think that appetite is seen as hearty in a male and slightly wanton and lascivious in a female, but that's just about perception."