from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. In a libidinous manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a libidinous manner; with lewd desire; lustfully; lewdly.


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libidinous +‎ -ly


  • You see, he's caught in the endless conflict between a profound longing for security, a security built on repression and mediocrity, and a burning desire for liberation, to shake off the constraints of civilization and live as libidinously as the gods.

    'Bigger Than Life': A Subversive Suburban Surprise

  • She hadn't heard of it, but felt joy she was closer to the fall from the heavenly firmament than she'd have been if she hadn't libidinously consorted with Hodge.

    The Golden Vault of Jean Maria Schwartz in Heaven

  • I did not, however, see him as the libidinously soused Boss Hog of London even if his supporters behaved as if he were.

    Mayoral As A Newt

  • Rejecting the image of the materialistic, libidinously timid Jewish female, Erica Jong (b. 1942) created a Jewish protagonist, Isadora Wing, who overcomes her symbolic Fear of Flying (1973) by trying to live as lustily and fearlessly as any ribald male hero of picaresque sagas.

    Fiction in the United States.

  • I heard an interesting theory that one of the reasons the right hated Bill Clinton so much was that his libido was very much apparent -- and it's not so much that he was overtly libidinous, although I'm sure that annoyed them too, but that he was libidinously (?) heterosexual.

    Is The NRCC Using Anti-Gay Innuendo Against Dem Candidate?

  • The Big Shot did not own'legally'the saloon, nor the narrow, cell-like rooms in which addicts of twice a score of different noxious drugs gave themselves over libidinously to their addictions.

    Gray Lensman

  • Is authoritie geuen thee, libidinously to abuse our wyues and children?

    The Palace of Pleasure, Volume 1

  • No more did the Germans desire to lord it over anybody by simply doing what they do best, namely attaching themselves libidinously to the quality of manufactured goods and building a protective culture of fiscal discipline around it. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Readers are supposed to chuckle -- and pant libidinously -- as we guess what "actions" [disgusting smooches] Lovelace inflicts on the panicking Clarissa.

    Israel Palestine Blogs

  • At the height of its fame, there would be lines of the libidinously-inclined winding around the block, while inside, in the infamous Mattress Room, it was not uncommon to find 200 naked bodies writhing in pleasure on the floor. Current News - Top Stories


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