Rappers express their libidinous desires in the boring, one-note language of conquest.
Then something wonderfully awful happened to help Roth complete his own libidinous opus.
The beauty of Hunter's sister had struck the libidinous eye of the aristocratic villain—need I say more?
Unchecked by any idea of shame they give way to every libidinous desire.
He is answered that, having learned of the world's evil by libidinous living, he can only do evil by exposing his knowledge.
Art wants no such followers: her bravest work is done by brave men, and not by sneaking opium-eaters and libidinous 'reformers.'
They begin very early to abandon themselves to the most libidinous scenes.
It is not simple innocent nature that we would exile, but the devilish and libidinous corruptions that sully nature.
A libidinous expectancy was as heavy as a thick scent in the night.
But perhaps we may be allowed to trace the origin of this libidinous propensity still further back.
"lustful," mid-15c., Old French libidineus (13c., Modern French libidineux), from Latin libidinosus "full of desire, lustful," from libido "pleasure, desire, sensual passion, lust" (see libido). Related: Libidinously; libidinousness.
libidinous li·bid·i·nous (lĭ-bĭd'n-əs)
Having or exhibiting lustful desires; lascivious.