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randy

adjective (slang) Referring to a state of heightened sexual interest or sexual arousal.
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Still, this Paramount release from DreamWorks brandishes enough lascivious comedy and all-purpose randiness to score with the young target audience and rack up some solid B.
He blushes crimson-red and looks at the floor as soon as anyone mentions the "shower incident" in which, consumed by randiness, he "let off steam" in the shower and performed a sex act on himself.
Last week we had serial love rat Finn bedding all three Henshall sisters in a spectacular 24-hour display of randiness.
Steven Marcus's book The Other Victorians came out in 1966 and since then the impulse to prove the randiness of Victorians has produced its own library.
Lesbianism, History and Censorship: The Well of Loneliness and the Suppressed Randiness of Virginia Woolf's Orlando.
Every artist visits the same tent for meals (great oatmeal in the morning), endures the same strange looks from tourists hoping to see Redford (rather than pierced and tattooed deviants poring over notebooks), and enjoys the same giddy camaraderie and randiness that come with the higher altitude.
All three--Lilona, Vera and Indian Annie--were embarked upon seasons of randiness after fleeing their marriages and took intense notice of the beautiful Johnny Ray Slage with his perfect high tenor and his magical guitar.
65) At the same time rabbits and goats were allowed to roam as examples of randiness and fertility.