Translation of lascivious in Spanish:

lascivious

lascivo, adj.

Pronunciation /ləˈsɪvɪəs//ləˈsɪviəs/

adjective

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    lascivo
    • Reportedly, individuals were booked for charges ranging from urinating in the streets, creating a nuisance to lewd and lascivious behavior.
    • Anna's encounter with S&M leaves her with lascivious fantasies of previously unknown sexual desires.
    • The societies brought prosecutions against vice and protested against lewd plays and lascivious entertainments, such as masquerades.
    • I think it's interesting that we went from seven lewd and lascivious charges down to four, and one of them is an attempt, as well.
    • Mild expressions of lascivious interest in fellow bar patrons or party-attendees also come in handy.
    • Each count involving lewd or lascivious acts carries potential prison time of three, six or eight years.
    • She's accused of having lewd and lascivious conduct with one of her students.
    • The body ranges between the sexes, the pose extremely lascivious while the lustfully mounting tones of the overture are played slowly, to be savoured.
    • This is an allegation of lewd and lascivious conduct, Nancy.
    • He answered with a lascivious wink when reporters asked him what he was giving his wife for her birthday.
    • My sock drawer, which should be a vault of depravity and secret lascivious habits contains socks and underwear.
    • Women could donate eggs - a somewhat less lascivious process - for $1,000 to $3,000.
    • This would appear to involve sitting in a bar and drinking local spirits, occasionally bobbing up to link together video segments with a smattering of lascivious small-talk.
    • If anybody says that she is lewd or lascivious he lies.
    • He was forced to strategically excise parts in the opening shower sequence, replace some lascivious dialogue, and tone down some of the overt gore.
    • Gradually, as lascivious sapphic tendencies become apparent, the gulf in sexual mores between the youthful maid and her venerable employers becomes more pronounced.
    • The previous year, Miami cops had had the suspect in custody for lewd and lascivious molestation, without checking his immigration status.
    • This was still money, and no harm could come to her after the lascivious squeeze and wink.
    • Cool down, Liz; cease that lascivious whistling immediately.
    • He finds himself on a psycho-erotic country estate where all manner of lewd and lascivious acts are taking place.