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- adv. In a prurient manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a prurient manner; with a longing or lascivious desire.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a prurient manner
Never before has it been the subject of such alarm and horror, and never before has it been an issue so repeatedly and pruriently discussed in the media.
This latest Cave outfit was born as a freer, more unhinged version of the Bad Seeds, a band already pruriently concerned with lust and death.
It may seem fascinating to pruriently revel in the excesses of a once-pretty superstar.
While it may initially seem fascinating to pruriently revel in the paunchy, drug-addled behind-the-scenes excesses of a once-pretty superstar, we've seen this many times before.
While it may initially seem fascinating to pruriently revel in the paunchy, drug-addled behind-the-scenes excesses of a once pretty superstar, we've seen this many times before.
You would appear to be ... just a wee bit ... pruriently obsessive about this.
It also surprises me that you are so reactively persistently and even pruriently homophobic.
The tale is told largely by middle-aged women who are at turns clinically matter-of-fact about and pruriently fascinated by what happened in Conyers.
The Spitzner collection was a famous grouping of popular anatomical waxes exhibited around European fairgrounds in the 19th Century; The Spitzner models, and other popular anatomical exhibitions, were pruriently lowbrow, ostensibly educational exhibitions of wax anatomical models, with an emphasis on depictions of the unclothed female form, reproductive organs, and body parts ravaged by a variety of sexually transmitted diseases.
I rarely hear the prolife contingent or the religious right in general berating corporations for pollution that causes birth defects, or othe ways in which both people and corporations are “bad citzens”….instead, it seems only pruriently interested in the sex lives of single women.
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