The Aino's imagination is as prurient as that of any Zola, and far more outspoken.
"To h–––– with their prurient laws," said Lopez, rising suddenly from his chair.
Those who peruse the book only from prurient curiosity will be disappointed.
So far as my words go, there is not a syllable to shock any but a prurient modesty.
It was a prurient French romance, and a cynical laugh ...