lecherously


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lech·er·ous

 (lĕch′ər-əs)
adj.
Given to, characterized by, or eliciting lechery.

lech′er·ous·ly adv.
lech′er·ous·ness n.
Translations

lecherously

[ˈletʃərəslɪ] ADVlascivamente

lecherously

advlüstern

lecherously

[ˈlɛtʃərəslɪ] advin modo lascivo
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They were sitting at a table, with him nibbling on her ear and her smiling lecherously.
Director Robert Herriot no doubt deserves credit for the way Barrett heightened the tension as he lecherously stalked his prey.
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From that height, he managed to see them on one of the beds; one of the girls had already started blowing Stefan while the other was caressing him and kissing him lecherously.
When Elvira finds Ambrosio leaning lecherously over her sleeping daughter, she exclaims, "It is no dream .
She could not stretch her legs out for another man to cross over, if a man were to stare at her lecherously, then she was expected to report the incidence to her husband; otherwise she would incure the wrath of the ancestors.