lustful

[luhst-fuhl]
adjective
1.
full of or motivated by lust, greed, or the like: He was an emperor lustful of power.
2.
having strong sexual desires; lecherous; libidinous.
3.
Archaic. lusty.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English, Old English; see lust, -ful

lustfully, adverb
lustfulness, noun
unlustful, adjective
unlustfully, adverb
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lustful (ˈlʌstfʊl)
 
adj
1.  driven by lust
2.  archaic vigorous or lusty
 
lustfully
 
adv
 
lustfulness
 
n

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lustful
O.E. lustfull; see lust + -ful.
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Example sentences
Soon the leggy track star attracts a lustful villain.
He began to have lustful thoughts and pulling down the shade of the window closed his eyes and turned his face to the wall.
Her memory failed to inform her on what part of the body the prying and lustful hand of another had touched her.
The state also argued that the court should admit evidence of lustful disposition.
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