EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BAWDY
His mirth is bawdy jests with the wenches, and, behind the door, bawdy earnest.
As he went out, however, the conjurer paid him a most bawdy compliment.
I will sing a bawdy song, sir, because your verjuice face is melancholy, to make liquor go down glib.
I am sick of chattering, playing dice, going to bawdy houses, and making vain reports to the Florentine Wool-staplers.
So one laughed, and the other cried fie: the third said I was a bawdy captain; and there was all I could get of them.
After all, Ambrose, scarcely a step closer, could recall clearly every word of the bawdy tales!
By my troth, Ill go with thee to the lanes end: if bawdy talk offend you, well have very little of it.
A more likely cause is the second story in the Letter, the visit to the bawdy house.
In wine shops and gambling hells and bawdy houses—that's where they live!
That a saloon with a sign reading "Family Entrance" on its side door invariably has a bawdy house upstairs.