libidinous

[li-bid-n-uhs]
adjective
1.
full of sexual lust; lustful; lewd; lascivious.
2.
of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the libido.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English lybydynous < Latin libīdinōsus willful, lustful, equivalent to libīdin- (stem of libīdō) libido + -ōsus -ous

libidinously, adverb
libidinousness, noun
nonlibidinous, adjective
nonlibidinously, adverb
nonlibidinousness, noun
unlibidinous, adjective
unlibidinously, adverb
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libidinous (lɪˈbɪdɪnəs)
 
adj
1.  characterized by excessive sexual desire
2.  of or relating to the libido
 
li'bidinously
 
adv
 
li'bidinousness
 
n

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libidinous
"lustful," 1447, from L. libidinosus "full of desire, lustful," from libido (see libido).
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libidinous li·bid·i·nous (lĭ-bĭd'n-əs)
adj.
Having or exhibiting lustful desires; lascivious.

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Example sentences
Those that are chosen must then run the gauntlet of libidinous producers, hosts and guests.
Unlike those for car insurance, the premiums are flat rates: the libidinous will pay the same as the uxorious.
It was as if a carnival midway had been reconceived by radically libidinous techno-artists.
There is something else that makes the symptoms appear remarkable and inexplicable as a means of libidinous satisfaction.
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