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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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What is particularly humorous, however, is the satire that the masked putto indicates, for he reveals Bonifazio parodying Lot, poking fun of him as an old, ugly lecher.
In another ad, a young lecher inspired by rock legend Jerry Lee Lewis gets shot in the backside by a young girl's angry father to a soundtrack by bluesman John Lee Hooker.
The writer of Hali Meidenhad ("Holy Virginity") extols a reclusive, isolated life over marriage precisely because marriage, a female secular destiny, pushes women away from channels of social power and responsibility, confining them in a social structure indifferent to their needs at best and openly, even legally, hostile to them at worst: "He chides and jaws you, and he insults you shamefully; he makes mock at you, as a lecher does his whore; he beats you and mawls you as his bought thrall and patrimonial slave" (86).
We are excited to be selected and to showcase the performance of the Wi-Fi Array by delivering a powerful wireless network for BlackBerry World using minimal devices, cables, and switch ports," said Scott Lecher, Regional Director for Xirrus, Inc.
However, her husband has never been the pillar of society she imagined when she married him, but a drinker and lecher whose legacy is blighting the next generation of her family.
It was there that I met Bill Lecher, Immediate Past President, who connected me to others in the San Francisco Bay Area, who were trying to start a local AAMN chapter, as I was.
Tenor Jan Vacik's Herod was a fine balance of buffoon and creepy lecher.
Faisant semblant de reflechir pour remplir toute la grille et sauver ma langue du chat qui commence a se lecher les babines impatient de deguster ma langue allechante, je regarde savamment les passants.
She should have told you a long time ago that he was a lecher but didn't want to be responsible for wreaking havoc in your life.
Clearly the old lecher in the song didn't serve the good stuff.
Venal and obsessed with escaping his exile, imposed after he embezzled money from a fund set up to take children to Lourdes, Ted is charged with taking care of feckless loon Father Dougal and alcoholic lecher Father Jack.
Every Christmas, the office lecher will emerge carrying a sprig hoping to snare any unwary female.