bawdily


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bawd·y

 (bô′dē)
adj. bawd·i·er, bawd·i·est
Humorously coarse; lewd or risqué: "[Mae West] became known for her humorous bawdy, suggestive performances and wisecracks" (Pam Cornelison & Ted Yanak).

bawd′i·ly adv.
bawd′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.bawdily - in a bawdy mannerbawdily - in a bawdy manner      
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In the inaugural episode, Ironborn warrior Yara Greyjoy is shown kissing a scantily clad woman who straddles her bawdily, later noting, "Nothing on the Iron Islands has an ass like that.
It all adds up to a bawdily enjoyable girls' night out.
And the two of them proceeded to sing out lustily, almost bawdily,
An imitation of an archetypal Pharaonic structure, the monument at the heart of the story quite obviously evokes the architectural landscape of Egypt; a suggestion that, in case we missed it, the ironically named Tiny, the husband's lover, makes even more explicit when he remarks bawdily of the structure that "Killopatra's Needle's bigger" (Forster 1972, 127).
Gerald Fitzgerald (whose name evokes patriarchal associations, as do Royal's and King's) reveals the Royal family history after stating, rather boldly and bawdily, that the girls "are both rare gems of beauty.
In Kankossa, people who joked, especially vulgarly, in the presence of elders were called 'am matin (strong-eyed), an expression which could mean impolite, but which many people said especially referred to people who spoke rudely or bawdily.
The "book full of dirty jokes" recalls the Anna Magdalena Bach Book of 1725, which includes a bawdily off-color wedding poem in the vein of Picander preserved in Anna Magdalena's hand.
When the Umuofians declare that their unfamiliar neighbours also enjoy their foo-foo, the only difference being that in that tribe, the men pound it for the women, they bawdily imagine that this is perhaps the same as saying that when these people make children, their women lie atop their men.
When he tells her he is "[s]ick at the heart" for her love and she jokes, "Alack, let it blood [bleed it medically]," he puns bawdily, "Will you prick't with your eye?
I was sat right behind it, almost amongst the more than 1,800 travelling Cardiff fans who were in great voice and bawdily amusing throughout, and it looked like a shot to me.