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lewd

adjective Sexually promiscuous, unchaste, licentious; less commonly, evil, wicked.
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I had already run a corridor-gauntlet of cocky youths with incipient moustaches who, to my astonishment, had winked lewdly at me.
followers of the god Shiv a are required to spend a part of their lives cross-dressing, acting like morons, singing nonsense, gesticulating lewdly at women-especially this--& farting & trembling while they beg
Tom and Dave, as is evident, were determined to be men behaving badly, behaving lazily, drunkenly, lewdly, irresponsibly and occasionally with a deep commitment to the project.
To her insulting rebuff that marriage to him would be "stooping to my vassal," he lewdly offers himself as "[y]our drudge, madam, to do your drudgery" (2.
The kids pelt him with snowballs, flip him the bird, then force him to wreck his car by running into a lewdly sculpted snow woman reinforced with bricks and cinder blocks.
There she lay with overflowing cunt, thighs wide apart, looking lewdly at me who had withdrawn then to the bed's foot.
Loe here the printer dooth him wrong, as easy is to trye: And slaunder dooth the authors name, and lewdly him belye ([clover leaf]iv).
6) In The Sun's-Darling by Ford and Dekker (1656), the Italian dancer is described lewdly as "one that loves mutton so well, he alwaies carries capers about him; his brains lie in his legs, and his legs serve him to no other use then to do tricks, as if he had bought em of a Jugler.
Thus, nineteenth-century Afro-Trinidadians danced lewdly in elaborately sewn gowns, suits, and lingerie, or paraded pompously in false military regalia, while French planters in blackface playfully imitated canboulay festivals in the safety of their own compounds.
180) Specifically, the statute provides in subdivision (a) that a person is guilty of a felony and subject to punishment in a "state prison for three, six, or eight years," if he "willfully and lewdly commits any lewd or lascivious act, .
granted to decide whether a President who--it must be assumed, given the procedural "posture"--dropped his pants and lewdly propositioned a female state employee while he was Governor of Arkansas, is immune from civil suit while in office as President).
If any man and woman, not being married to each other, shall lewdly and lasciviously associate, bed and cohabit together, they shall be guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor.