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- n. The state or condition of being promiscuous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being promiscuous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being promiscuous, or of being mixed without selection, order, or distinction.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. indulging in promiscuous (casual and indiscriminate) sexual relations
The same promiscuousness, and yet more unprecedented, exists between the things of the intelligence and the facts of substance.
Fantine was laid in the shade, among the first bones that came to hand; she was subjected to the promiscuousness of ashes.
The free market is a revolutionary, anti-family idea used to justify the legitimisation of abortion, drug use, pornography, sexual promiscuousness, every kind of personal irresponsibility including abandonment of marital responsibilities and even criminal behaviour.
The traits the character has accumulated since that point, however--aggression, ambition, promiscuousness, self-loathing--were predictable almost from the first moment of her introduction, and if Katee Sackhoff's not-inconsiderable charisma and talent were enough to give the character depth and appeal, they weren't up to the task of making Starbuck any less of a stereotype.
I remember reading a statement she made in which she boasted of her promiscuousness.
It includes moral norms like anti-adultery, polygamy, orgies, pornography & promiscuousness.
And he explained her precarious situation too, that she was envied and spied on because her brother was fond of her and that many considered her tainted with her mother's promiscuousness and conniving, hoped to use that to make her father reject her.
His mind was working coldly, dispassionately, without rancor, but with contempt for the weakness and promiscuousness of his father.
It is from the promiscuousness of all these breeds that has arisen our ordinary modern dog.
They have not the instinct of home as it prevails among the whites, but incline to a crude and unsystematic communism; the negro quarters of the old plantations are all huddled together in the centre, and, except where the land owners have interfered to encourage a different life, there is still too much promiscuousness in the relation of the sexes.