bawdy[ baw-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bawdy
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.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR BAWDY
- out of control
- out of line