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- adv. In a lascivious manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a lascivious manner; loosely; wantonly; lewdly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a lascivious manner
No one ever stares lasciviously or otherwise at my muffin top or that hunk of fat at the back of my armpit.
You could see her as the Queen of Hearts screaming, "Off with their heads", at insubordinate subjects – or as the Wife of Bath cackling lasciviously through her gap tooth.
If any man and woman, not being married to each other, shall lewdly and lasciviously associate, bed and cohabit together, they shall be guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor: Provided, that the admissions or confessions of one shall not be received in evidence against the other.
Vamping him into submission, Blakley dances on the pool table and clambers lasciviously up his thighs before Henry delivers the classic line, "Plead you to me, fair dame?"
I busted my way through the double doors of the theater and accidentally made eye contact with the concessions guy, who was lasciviously filling up a large swirly snow cone and staring at me.
He came screaming out of pop culture's embryo with an electric guitar and lasciviously swaying hips.
Baritone Lado Ataneli interprets Scarpia with delicate reserve, etching out considerable subtlety in a villain who can risk appearing cartoonish; his eyes light up lasciviously in the first act as he ensnares the jealous Tosca, but an act later, when it's time to pounce, his quivering voice betrays a crippling solitude.
Mocking me, he approaches the apparatus and begins lasciviously fingering the Life Fitness Virtual Trainer's image.
Dobbins: Do I. [He advances towards her, grinning lasciviously]
It's not subtle, but it provides the requisite erotic charge to what is, in effect, the Bible's most lasciviously extended lap dance.
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