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salacious

A poetic (i.e., non-medical) adjective referring to sexual arousal, in particular with an element of or basis in indecency or lechery.

salacious

(sĕ-lā′shŭs) [L. salax, lustful]
Lustful or inciting to lust.
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It was no different to Calendar Girls it wasn't salacious at all.
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His death has appeared to baffle the Met police and has left his Anglesey family facing salacious tabloid headlines about Mr Williams' supposed homosexuality in their agonising wait for answers.
In a statement put on its website following its entire staff and Labour group being banned from communicating with the Daily Post and sister paper, the Echo, the council hit out at "salacious, speculative stories masquerading as the public interest" relating to the appointment of Dr David McElhinney as acting chief executive last year.
AT this critical time in our nation's history, when senior politicians have important, difficult and pressing problems to sort out, the last thing we need is a fame-hungry loose cannon such as Sally Bercow, peddling her salacious and gobby tosh on national TV.
* An unusually salacious rabbis-with-prostitutes story, told as only the Post can tell it.
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The decision by the GTC stated that security software at the college showed horticulture tutor Mr Hill accessed "inappropriate material" on his school laptop, including "material of a salacious nature" as well as online gaming or gambling sites.