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The quality or condition of being lubricious.
1. formal or literary lewdness or salaciousness
2. rare smoothness or slipperiness
3. capacity to lubricate
[C15 (lewdness), C17 (slipperiness): from Old French lubricité, from Medieval Latin lubricitās, from Latin, from lūbricus slippery]
lu•bric•i•ty(luˈbrɪs ɪ ti)
n., pl. -ties.
1. oily smoothness; slipperiness.
2. ability to reduce friction.
3. lewdness; lustfulness.
lewd or lecherous behavior or attitude; lasciviousness. — lubricious, adj.See also: Sex
the condition of being uncertain or unstable. — lubricious, adj.See also: Chance
the state or condition of having smooth surface, as to facilitate movement against another surface with a minimum of friction. — lubricious, adj.See also: Materials, Properties of