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lust

A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term for intense sexual desire for another person or, less commonly, an object.
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But, in a broader sense, lust can pertain to passion and love, whether it's for sex, friendship, money or life.
National treasures: Back row: Julianne Courtice, Victoria Lust, Lotte Erikson.
And, of the Seven Deadly Sins, lust is perhaps the most intriguing and dangerous, not as a literal sin but as a modifier of words (other sins in particular) that conveys the idea of the greatest degree of severity.
The Children's Society Garden centres around an arc of water, which will be programmed to the beat of the Lust for Life single.
Then imagine the clown that lust cut you off is one of those stinking Samaritans.
A man dominated by lust is not a man seeking redemption by Christ.
The first in a series of seven books, each based on a deadly sin, Lust fulfills its promise as all of the characters are involved with thinking about sex, talking about it, or concocting elaborate schemes to get it.
That agreement would concede that the left created the pretext for the new federal powers and that every federal initiative and program the left now opposes grew out of its lust for centralized power.
100 poems perfect for Valentine's or any anniversary celebration, pack HOMAGE TO EROS: 100 GREAT POEMS OF LOVE AND LUST.
Some break or breakdown occurs between Teenage Lust (1983) and 1992 (1992), and the difference is like down-and-out romance versus Cialis with Tina.
This is a ruse deflecting attention from the real culprits: raw capitalism, a lust for profit, and an FDA that is asleep at the wheel.
Not love like Hallmark cards or cheesy Hollywood romances, but more like those terrifying-enthralling myths of lovers who explode into star clusters or whose lust changes them into spittling pigs.