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lewd

adjective Sexually promiscuous, unchaste, licentious; less commonly, evil, wicked.
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In the newest wing of the cloister, from the fourteenth, twofaces, one lewdly vulpine, the other vacuously bovine, seem to have beenborn, like cabbage-patch kids, from the autoerotic congress of a leaf.In the Romanesque church of Ravello in southern Italy, a series of crudeCorinthian capitals are infested with beasts, among them birdssquabbling with lizards, a lion trying to wrap his mouth all the wayaround the fat slippery cylinder of a serpent, two bulls who share thesame head, and a pair of dragons feasting on acanthus leaves.
I'm quoting Shakespeare inaccurately, and a little lewdly too, but the central idea is one that I learned over many years of yo-yoing between, as a particular national tabloid might put it, "sporting a noticeable paunch" and "flaunting his new toned frame".
I'm told twerking is a highly sexual dance, full of squatting, popping and jiggling, so lewdly energetic that I put my back out just reading about it.
Miley Cyrus, take note: Acting out lewdly at Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards might have garnered some stinging public criticism for the former Disney child star.
According to GenderTrender, the "creep shots policy [on Reddit]was that all photos must be taken unwillingly, without the consent and participation of the women being targeted." (45) Whereas creep shots refer to clandestine, lascivious photos of women and girls taken without their consent, then lewdly broadcast online, jailbait signals the inclusion of underage girls.
It was last night revealed another victim, now 62, claimed the star sneaked into bedrooms at a boarding school and lewdly propositioned her when she was 15.
Rumors of a "Kick-Ass" sequel have been circulating, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse told (http://screenrant.com/christopher-mintz-plasse-talks-kick-ass-2-robf-54523/) screenrant.com that "Kick-Ass" screenwriter Mark Millar has plans for a lewdly named sidekick for Red Mist.
One Marine lewdly remarks, "No more boom-boom for this baby-san." As she whimpers unintelligibly, Joker's comment reintroduces the sacred.
And since it seemed such good fun, they dropped their own pants or panties, laughing and giggling self-consciously, while some pointed lewdly at each other.
Through a battery of provocations--praying excessively loudly, imposing their own melodies, ultimately lewdly insulting regular congregants who voice objection--it was plain they aimed at nothing less than a putsch.
Another example within the text as given is the cornicinus, whose profession is punned upon lewdly (i.e.