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Word: salacious

Definition: lascivious; lustful; Ex. salacious monk


Sentences Containing 'salacious'

"Buffy" essayist Ian Shuttleworth writes that Amber Benson (Tara) has "the sweetest singing voice of all the lead players", referring to "Under Your Spell" as "heavenly and salacious"; author Nikki Stafford concurs, writing that Benson "has the most stunning voice, showing a surprising range".
A British publication regarded to release to produce "some essential Janet hits," while Tom Moon of The Inquirer stated, ""Damita" Jo will undoubtedly blaze new trails for artists seeking fame via salacious outlandishness."
Hacks typically wrote radical, salacious, or subversive literature, such as plays, novels, and pamphlets about controversial subjects.
Popcrush.com gave the mixtape a positive review saying "On the collection, Banks spits braggadocios and salacious rhymes together over soundscapes that seamlessly meshes hip-hop and dance genres together."

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