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adj. lewd·er, lewd·est
a. Preoccupied with sex and sexual desire; lustful.
b. Obscene; indecent.
2. Obsolete Wicked.
[Middle English leued, unlearned, lay, lascivious, from Old English lǣwede, ignorant, lay.]
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|Noun||1.||lewdness - the trait of behaving in an obscene manner|
indecency - the quality of being indecent
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noun indecency, obscenity, impurity, vulgarity, depravity, pornography, smut, profligacy, debauchery, crudity, lechery, licentiousness, carnality, wantonness, salaciousness, lasciviousness, bawdiness, unchastity, smuttiness, lubricity The critics condemned the play for lewdness.
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lewdness[ˈluːdnɪs] n → oscenità
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n. lujuria, impudicia, sensualidad, lascivia.
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