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licentious

adjective A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term referring to the lack of sexual restraint or boundaries; sexually uninhibited.
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I will first know what it is that the bold licentious eyes of Lothario have seen in me that could have encouraged him to reveal to me a design so base as that which he has disclosed regardless of his friend and of my honour.
To them the whole sex, from queens of France to milliners, are essentially depraved, licentious, intriguing, not a little rascally, fundamentally deceitful, and incapable of thought about anything but trifles.
The drink had now begun to take noticeable effect upon most of them, with the result that they were beginning to give themselves up to utter and licentious abandon.
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan had no future because people did not like his licentious lifestyle, he said.
Instead, her aunt refuses to acknowledge Delia's heritage, relegating her to servants' quarters with a licentious language tutor intent on exploiting the pretty young foreigner.
Canada's government, wishing to stop the use of Long Point for market gunning and licentious lifestyles involving drinking and reportedly "ladies" brought there for debauchery," (in 1870, The Long Point Company gave a leave of absence to one manager who was living with a woman of "ill repute.
We are supposedly far too stupid to realise that cases such as Google paying just PS130m in missed corporation tax payments and Facebook paying just PS4,327 in tax on profits of more than PS5bn combined is nothing more than theft, albeit in legalised form and heartily encouraged by licentious capitalist politicians of all stripes.
The artist formerly known as the voice of an angel confidently joins in the licentious business and shows her talent with a touching torch song in a slow jazz style.
The opera was almost banned because it exposed the licentious behaviour of the powers-that-be at court.
Elsewhere, he provides an extremely amusing account of an 'orgy' he attended, although this is as far removed from the debauched, licentious gatherings frequented most weekends by kinky, cocainesnorting types in New York as you could imagine.
Gavin Boyd from the charity said: "If any LGB child was sitting in that class and asked to list a bunch of people to associate with themselves including drunks and lii licentious people, it's horrible.
His life and career zoom into high gear during the licentious, cocaine-laced disco era of the '70s and '80s.