Word of the Day
Wednesday, November 07, 2001

Definitions for lubricious

  1. Lustful; lewd.
  2. Stimulating or appealing to sexual desire or imagination.
  3. Having a slippery or smooth quality.

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Citations for lubricious
The heroine, through some form of ESP, can hear, and be offended by, the lubricious speculations going on inside the heads of the men she meets. Philip French, The Observer
And even if the public ate up every lubricious detail about their leaders, that same public grew offended that the news media would actually pander to their baser impulses. Jeff Greenfield, New York Times
Origin of lubricious
Lubricious derives from Latin lubricus, "slippery, smooth."