View definitions for lascivious
adjective as in sexually aroused; displaying excessive interest in sex
Hindu women are depicted as being coveted by lascivious Muslim men.
Vinson was cast as a woman who deserved her abuse “because she asked for it, we know she asked for it, because she is a temptress, a seductress, a lascivious woman,” her trial attorney had objected.
Bald, pale and fit, he often wears a cross on a thick gold chain and still drives a truck slathered in lascivious logos of his former company, Double D Bail Bonds.
As a result, Palmer was put on probation for committing a 288 felony violation, “lewd or lascivious acts” with a minor.
The lascivious sex predator is out; the deep-pocketed caped crusader is most definitely in.
Hitchcock leans toward me in a conspiratorial, almost lascivious, way and says, “Let's pile on the menace.”
A married politician is sent a series of lascivious photographs by an attractive female admirer.
By 6, the inherently sex-addicted British child is playing a game called “frogs” with her equally lascivious best friend, B.
Hard to stomach, but their lascivious glances told that tale.
Calendau, after witnessing the lascivious dances, challenges the Count to mortal combat.
Thus, Aphrodite was celebrated with lascivious dances, and Dionysus with drunken revels.
It was insolently lascivious, and seemed fond of affecting to gratify its strong desires in public.
A small room adjoining the hall was the place where women were subjected to the lascivious gaze of brutal men.
Festooned flowers, deferential service, barbaric, subtly lascivious music—this waste would have fed those workers for years!
On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lascivious, such as: indecent, lewd, pornographic, prurient, salacious, and vulgar.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.