lasciviously


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las·civ·i·ous

 (lə-sĭv′ē-əs)
adj.
1. Given to or expressing lust; lecherous.
2. Exciting sexual desires; salacious.

[Middle English, from Late Latin lascīviōsus, from Latin lascīvia, lewdness, playfulness, from lascīvus, lustful, playful; see las- in Indo-European roots.]

las·civ′i·ous·ly adv.
las·civ′i·ous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.lasciviously - in a lascivious manner
Translations

lasciviously

[ləˈsɪvɪəslɪ] ADVlascivamente

lasciviously

advlüstern; the dancer moved lasciviouslydie Bewegungen der Tänzerin waren lasziv

lasciviously

[ləˈsɪvɪəslɪ] advlascivamente
References in classic literature ?
Serpents' filth and evil odour, the distance concealed from me: and that a lizard's craft prowled thereabouts lasciviously.
"Stare all you like, deary, but it'll cost you thruppence - Merrick don't freak for free," he tells Berry's character, lasciviously licking a lop-sided lip.
An eve-teaser who cycles lasciviously behind and beside her, pelting with his perverse chant.
Barnes finds out that Underwood lasciviously looked at her at an event and uses a photo of the incident to blackmail him into allowing her into his house late in the evening.
Even though in reality few women were captured by pirate vessels in the seventeenth century Mediterranean, captivity plays inevitably contain stories of distressed damsels lasciviously pursued by their masters and followed by faithful lovers who, attempting to rescue them, valiantly endure similar hardships.
Moreover, the white race, represented in the novel by Arthur Swille, supposed to be a replica of King Arthur, the mystical father of the race, is depicted as lasciviously indulging in the same objectionable qualities that were for a long time imputed to blacks: hypersexuality and lechery.
(A running joke has him spouting clunky double entendres like 'I'm a champion of women, especially young women, I wanna touch as many of them as I possibly can.') And yet, he is still a predator of sorts, lasciviously seeing a teenage girl's new and 'improved' body as his ticket to professional success.
On the lips, while looking on lasciviously? How low would Sal Panelo go to greet an apo?
When Joseph arrived, he smiled lasciviously at a female police officer who was sitting behind a glass window and continued to lustily stare at her and laugh maniacally until she called for other police to help, reported China Times.
The "French kiss" is a lewd, tongue-filled version of a normal, decent kiss, since the French were known for doing things more lasciviously and decadently?
If I praise the chaste while secretly living lasciviously, I am, it seems, just as much of a hypocrite as if I blame you for your sins.
Meanwhile, Toby mocked the gendered politics of precarious university employment by lasciviously describing his excitement about working with 'flexible' women adjunct faculty on research projects.