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Definition of Licentiously
LicentiouslyLicentious Li*cen"tious (-sh[u^]s), a. [L. licentiosus: cf. F.
licencieux. See License.]
1. Characterized by license; passing due bounds; excessive;
abusive of freedom; wantonly offensive; as, a licentious
A wit that no licentious pertness knows. --Savage.
2. Unrestrained by law or morality; lawless; immoral;
dissolute; lewd; lascivious; as, a licentious man; a
licentious life. ``Licentious wickedness.' --Shak.
Syn: Unrestrained; uncurbed; uncontrolled; unruly; riotous;
ungovernable; wanton; profligate; dissolute; lax; loose;
sensual; impure; unchaste; lascivious; immoral. --
Li*cen"tious*ly, adv. -- Li*cen"tious*ness, n.
Meaning of Licentiously from wikipedia
- is similar
to "lewd", "indecent", "lecherous", "unchaste", "licentious
" or "libidinous". In American legal
is a semi-technical...
is the practice
in ****ual activity frequently
with different partners
or being indiscriminate
in the choice
of ****ual partners...
- due to Article
301 of China's 1997 Criminal
bans “group licentiousness
”. **** parties, under various
names, have been a common focus
- Pertinax's attempt
that had become
"accustomed to live licentiously
" a mistake, as it inspired their hatred
of him, which
led to his overthrow...
of bachelorette parties
due to the latter's ****ociation with licentiousness
in some countries since
the 1980s. Before
as a term for a...
- than was before
known, and with it grew up every
kind of luxury
." Nevertheless, effective imperial protection
- to turn po****r opinion sharply against
the queen, and the image
of a licentious
, spendthrift, empty-headed foreign queen
was quickly taking
root in the...
- cannot challenge
of a letter. But the Licentiats somewhat licentiously
, lest they should prejudice poetical
liberty, will pardon
- Hubert Bland
1855 – 14 April
1914) was an English author
and the husband
Nesbit. He was known
libertine, a journalist...
- hardy, courageous, a great general
and an able politician, but also licentious
. His early years
were spent alternately
and in military
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