lustfulness


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lust·ful

 (lŭst′fəl)
adj.
Excited or driven by lust.

lust′ful·ly adv.
lust′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lustfulness - a strong sexual desirelustfulness - a strong sexual desire    
concupiscence, physical attraction, sexual desire, eros - a desire for sexual intimacy

lustfulness

noun
Translations

lustfulness

[ˈlʌstfʊlnɪs] Nlujuria f, lascivia f

lustfulness

nLüsternheit f, → Begierde f
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Fabliaux dwell on the rabid lustfulness of old cuckolds, a tradition that informs the portrayal of Joseph in biblical drama.
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In Theology of the Body for Beginners (Ascension), Christopher West discusses "mature purity" by focusing on Christian love instead of our propensity toward lustfulness.
90) This increase of lustfulness reaches its peak in the brothel, where there are many potential suitors--not just one who are willing to pay for sex.
13) However, we will see that when it came to questions of Hindu woman's chastity or constructions of Muslim lustfulness, a superficial unanimity was swiftly established.
But this chasm exists because what is at stake is not juvenile lustfulness but artificiality.
Mendel of Kotzk and the compiler of the Maggid's saying, Elimelech of Lyzhansk, both subscribed to an Augustinian-like view of Adam's downfall: it was not the sexual act but his lustfulness.