lecherous[ lech-er-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF lecherous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LECHEROUS
His eyes were hateful as a rattlesnake's; lecherous eyes, debased.
I have closeted myself with a lecherous animal and it turns on me.
The lecherous monster did not release her until he heard her mother returning.
They were like fed horses in the morning—lecherous and unruly.
Do I address the lecherous, or the oppressive, or the profane?
This lecherous brute abusing a woman is a picture of Germany.
Tomcats—the beastly ones with lecherous eyes that looked at you.
They asserted his lecherous character; he referred to statistics.
“Lecherous and treacherous” as he was, he was humorous and good-humoured.
They were simply honest butchers, who contracted to do certain work for a lecherous French king, and did it.