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li·bid·i·nous

(li-bid'i-nŭs),
Lascivious; invested with or arousing sexual desire or energy.
[L. libidinosus, fr. libido (libidin-), pleasure, desire]

libidinous

adjective Referring to or having an overactive sex drive.

li·bid·i·nous

(li-bid'i-nŭs)
Lascivious; invested with or arousing sexual desire or energy.
[L. libidinosus, fr. libido (libidin-), pleasure, desire]

libidinous

(lĭ-bĭd′ĭ-nŭs) [L. libidinosus, pert. to desire]
Characterized by sexual desires.
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This clear affirmation of desire, however, is problematic in that it could be used to reinforce stereotypes about African American women's libidinousness.
It is a deadened existence, afraid precisely of violence, cannibalism, loneliness, insanity, libidinousness, hell, perversion, and mess, because these are the states which must in some way be passed through, digested, transcended, if one is to make one's way back to life.