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lewd

adjective Sexually promiscuous, unchaste, licentious; less commonly, evil, wicked.
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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.
Another example within the text as given is the cornicinus, whose profession is punned upon lewdly (i.
55) The Court believed "it unlikely that visual depictions of children performing sexual acts or lewdly exhibiting their genitals would often constitute an important and necessary part of a literary performance or .
When the littlest of these ends up under the bucket on the wrong end of a Gary dunk, which puts the squad up eight, Gary's pelvis dangling lewdly in front of his face an extra humiliating second, he slaps the ball into the wall in naked frustration and they are officially fighting amongst themselves.
McMullen (1980), (616) two mentally handicapped high school students were charged with lewdly fondling a fellow student.
There are, of course, still many with identikit menus that were drawn up in the 1960s and swaggering waiters lewdly brandishing over-sized pepper grinders.
The passage portrays a sharp and mature Stevie, who has her lucid epiphany, when she admits publicly the destructive and/or misleading nature of the unconscious desires that lurk lewdly in the folding of our intertwined triad of sum-cogito-sentio (Latin for "I am-I think-I feel").
He must have been tied up with Flatley and co when Ronnie O'Sullivan expressed himself rather suggestively while lewdly wielding a microphone in a post-match press conference.
Nor does she behave lewdly to her guardians, which Zeffirelli takes more than two minutes to demonstrate.
the cobra moves lewdly, leering at its other heaven.
He comments lewdly on what he sees between Cressida and Diomedes, and on what he sees of Troilus and Achilles watching them.