lubricious

[loo-brish-uhs]
adjective
1.
arousing or expressive of sexual desire; lustful; lecherous.

Origin:
1575–85; lubric + -ious

lubriciously, adverb
nonlubricious, adjective
nonlubriciously, adverb
nonlubriciousness, noun
unlubricious, adjective

lubricious, lubricous.


1. lascivious, libidinous, pornographic, obscene.
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lubricious or lubricous (luːˈbrɪʃəs, ˈluːbrɪkəs)
 
adj
1.  formal, literary or lewd, lascivious
2.  rare oily or slippery
 
[C16: from Latin lūbricus]
 
lubricous or lubricous
 
adj
 
[C16: from Latin lūbricus]
 
lubriciously or lubricous
 
adv
 
lubricously or lubricous
 
adv

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Word Origin & History

lubricious
1580s, from L. lubricus "to make slippery or smooth," from lubricus "slippery."
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Example sentences
The catheter is coated with a lubricious, hydrophilic coating.
It is coated with a lubricious hydrophilic topcoat containing an inorganic
  silver releasing polymer.
At elevated temperatures, cobalt oxide tends to be somewhat lubricious.
The device is coated on the outer diameter with a lubricious coating over the
  distal portion of the device.
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