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Having or exhibiting lustful desires; lascivious.

[Middle English, from Old French libidineux, from Latin libīdinōsus, from libīdō, libīdin-, lust, desire; see libido.]

li·bid′i·nous·ly adv.
li·bid′i·nous·ness n.
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However, Their Eyes does not reject charges of African American women's libidinousness at the expense of sexual expression, as literary critics have argued of other texts from this period.
The slightly cynical style of this is answerable to the libidinousness of Renaissance courts generally and of Henry VIII's in particular.