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lewd

adjective Sexually promiscuous, unchaste, licentious; less commonly, evil, wicked.
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showing of middle finger is not only offensive but a highly belligerent, invasive, obscene, lewd gesture.
Yes, some things he has said are lewd, but people change and people grow.
The lawyer said the action of Tolentino runs counter to the provisions of RA 6713 where exhibition and performance of lewd shows in public was tolerated, contrary to good morals and decency.
When summoned by the hotel management, the American admitted to the lewd act and promised not to repeat it.
Physio B said she spoke to Mr Doree's manager after claiming he made lewd remarks and saw him mimic cupping breasts with his hands during a conversation about 17 and 18-year-old girls who attended his daughter's 18th birthday party.
AN ELDERLY priest has been given a police caution after lewd behaviour in a Birmingham shopping centre toilet.
RAPPER Yo Yo Honey Singh, who earlier drew flak for lewd lyrics of his songs, has come under the scanner of the Punjab and Haryana High Court.
Lewd "We are sure that everyone in football, and particularly the SFA, who are the primary governing body in Scottish football, would agree.
30am, exposing himself and again performing a lewd act in front of a 60-year-old woman.
Former Countdown host Mr O'Connor, aged 76, has described the lewd comments about 21-year-old Kristina O'Connor, also a student at the university, as "puerile nonsense".
THE BBC has, finally, taken action over the lewd behaviour of Ross and Brand.