Thesaurus / libidinous

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But once upon a time this pain was real, a direct sexual toxic symptom, the physical expression of libidinous excitation.
Unchecked by any idea of shame they give way to every libidinous desire.
GIPSY LIFEGEORGE SMITH
He who beholds a woman with libidinous eye and foul lust, through his eyes' gate, manifests his soul's death.
But they hold her hand like brothers—quite simply and nicely, not at all sticky and libidinous.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
What powers are these which interpose objections to libidinous desire, who are the other parties to the pathological conflict?
Most of these women have a heredity of bad quality and are of weak character, idle and libidinous.
A libidinous expectancy was as heavy as a thick scent in the night.
It is not unusual to hear that the English Reformation grew out of the ambition of a libidinous monarch.
It will be seen that in the majority the plot is so framed as to admit the greatest license in libidinous allusions.
The language of the vast multitude was vile in the highest degree, and songs of a libidinous nature were chanted.
REMARKABLE ROGUESCHARLES KINGSTON

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