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Definition of Licentiousness
LicentiousnessLicentious 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 Licentiousness from wikipedia
is the practice
with different partners
or being indiscriminate
in the choice
of ****ual partners. The term can carry...
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more than two parti****nts. Group
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of all ****ual orientations
and genders. Group
- is similar
to "lewd", "indecent", "lecherous", "unchaste", "licentious
" or "libidinous". In American legal
is a semi-technical...
- in lieu of bachelorette parties
due to the latter's ****ociation with licentiousness
in some countries since
the 1980s. The bachelorette party
- gives advice
to a young
man about channeling
****ual urges. Due to its licentious
nature, the letter
was not published
of Franklin's papers...
governments, who often suppressed local dance traditions
or distracting. Dance
in contemporary African cultures still serves
- a great number
of po****r feasts, horse
races, parties, intrigues
episodes. Its economy
was rich, with the presence
of several Tuscan
- As early
as 1864, Webster's Dictionary defined
the word bluntly
as "a licentious
painting". The more inclusive
word erotica, sometimes
used as a synonym...
- Hubert Bland
1855 – 14 April
1914) was the husband
of Edith Nesbit
and was known
libertine, a journalist, an early
al-Rashid (died 809), his vizier Jafar
al-Barmaki (d. 803) and the licentious
poet Abu Nuwas
(d. c. 813). Another cluster
is a body of stories
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