Sentences Containing 'lascivious'
He took Cucumetto one side, while the young girl, seated at the foot of a huge pine that stood in the center of the forest, made a veil of her picturesque head dress to hide her face from the lascivious gaze of the bandits.
It commences with the arrival of the Queen and the Prince, but quickly degenerates into a debauched party of drinking and lascivious come-ons.
Eugenios, inviting his men to make their quarters in the building while "some lascivious women" entertained them by "exciting themselves to frenzy", much to the horror of Lazaropoulos.
At the time of this case, § 1461 of Title 18 prohibited the mailing of any "obscene, lewd, lascivious, indecent, filthy or vile article, matter, thing, device, or substance..."
Multiple personae portrayed on the record include the obstinate "Damita Jo" and lascivious "Strawberry."
Alternate identities presented include "Damita Jo", an aggressive persona mentioned during the album's title track and "Sexhibition", and "Strawberry", a lascivious performer who emerges on "Strawberry Bounce."
More Vocab Wordsconsole - lessen sadness or disappointment; give comfort; allay the sorrow of; N. consolation
odium - detestation; quality of being odious; hatefulness; disrepute (resulting from hateful conduct)
descry - catch sight of (something distant)
coeval - living at the same time as; existing during the same period of time; contemporary; of the same age
vernacular - living language (as compared to the official language); language spoken in a country or region; natural style; Ex. lapse into the vernacular
soliloquy - talking to oneself (esp. in a play); CF. monologue: soliloquy; long speech by one person (often monopolizing a conversation)
voracious - ravenous; eating large quantities of food; exceedingly eager; insatiable; Ex. voracious animal/reader
vindicate - clear from blame; free from blame or accusation (with supporting proof); exonerate; substantiate; justify or support; avenge; Ex. vindicate one's client; Ex. vindicate one's claim; CF. vindicator
malignant - tending to cause death; highly injurious; aggressively malevolent; Ex. malignant tumor
fathom - comprehend; investigate; determine the depth of; N. unit of measurement for the depth of water