from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The quality or condition of being lubricious.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Slipperiness, oiliness.
- n. Evasiveness, shiftiness.
- n. Lasciviousness; propensity to lewdness; lechery, wantonness.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Smoothness; freedom from friction; also, property which diminishes friction.
- n. Slipperiness; instability.
- n. Lasciviousness; propensity to lewdness; lewdness; lechery; incontinency.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being lubric or slippery; slipperiness of surface, literal or figurative; hence, instability; transitoriness; evanescence; evasiveness.
- n. Capacity for lubrication.
- n. Lasciviousness; lewdness; salacity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. feeling morbid sexual desire or a propensity to lewdness
After exhausting themselves with every kind of lubricity, they returned to their own room.
And though the "lubricity" of these poems is free from some ugly features which appear after the Italian wars of the late fifteenth century, it has never been more frankly destitute of shamefacedness.
"What a boy you are, Perce, to go on like that, why you must think I am well up in every kind of lubricity; it has never been my experience, much as I should like to see it.
It is fortunate that the operation of the roof support cylinders is intermittent in view of the poor lubricity of the HFA fluids.
Because renewable jet fuel lacks sufficient weight and lubricity, international standards discourage airplanes from using more than 50% biofuel.
The tide was in, the water moving with the slow lubricity of freezer-chilled vodka.
Biodiesel has motor lubricity properties that compensate for the sulfur which was recently removed.
As we discovered, biodiesel production is a great class or team project since it is less toxic than table salt, as biodegradable as sugar, it eliminates sulfur emissions, reduces carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and particulate emissions, improves engine lubricity and lowers dependence on foreign oil.
Polyquaterium-22 Sounds like a comic- book invention, but this common polymer coats each strand, smoothing the shaft's outer layer and improving lubricity — a fancy way of saying it's a hair conditioner.
My incredulity isn't based on the poor baby's time constraints; I'm sure that his clients are willing to trade his time for the dazzling lubricity of access.