lecherous

[lech-er-uhs]
adjective
1.
given to or characterized by lechery; lustful.
2.
erotically suggestive; inciting to lust: lecherous photographs.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English < Middle French lechereus. See lecher, -ous

lecherously, adverb
lecherousness, noun
unlecherous, adjective
unlecherously, adverb
unlecherousness, noun
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lecherous (ˈlɛtʃərəs)
 
adj
characterized by or inciting lechery
 
'lecherously
 
adv

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Example sentences
Lecherous readers who photographed it were rewarded with additional pictures.
And without fail, hordes of lecherous suits line up with their cameras.
Regis hotel, where he held lecherous court over a coterie of ingénues.
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