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.
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.
I'm not myself a great fan of kechang, the lasciviously rainbow-colored monolith of shaved iced drenched with various syrups, but those who were seemed to like it.
Hoch had long-term relationships with both men and women, including the Dadaist Raoul Hausmann, who was married, prompting her twice to terminate pregnancies; and the Dutch poet Mathilda (Til) Brugman, who wrote sound-poems and a heartbreaking love poem-elegy when the two women broke up in 1936 ("your thighs/ delicious, elongated basin/ that I lasciviously adored .
From 1934, when rigorous enforcement of the 1930 Motion Picture Production Code began to preclude lasciviously skimpy costuming, Kelly's work began to suggest sexuality without revealing skin.
Guests including Frank Sinatra - the ghost of Christmas past, no doubt - and Iggy Pop, sniggering lasciviously, are there to help pull some (awful) crackers.
They circle me, lasciviously eyeing me up and down behind mud thick mascara and spider leg false eyelashes.
The Aristotelian notion that men possess all the "spirit" and women, all the "matter" (Lerner 206), as well as the medieval Christian accusation that Eve and her descendants behave more lasciviously than men, lasted into the twentieth century.
In both shots, she is apparently performing onstage (her audience remains outside the frame), smiling lasciviously and wearing scanty red outfits.
Or, as journalist Jacques Leslie observed after seeing the Bellagio fountain: Water in Vegas "is displayed more lasciviously than sex.