licentiousness

[ lahy-sen-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF licentiousness

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Flirtation has its origin either in dishonesty or licentiousness.

When good, they constitute virtue; when bad, licentiousness.

They were always gamblers and the devotees of licentiousness.

They set apart one day in ten, not for religion, but for idleness and licentiousness.

Drunkenness and licentiousness are frequently the heritage of posterity.

My uncle is a patriarch and takes no part in the licentiousness of our times.

Fontaine has caught all their charms with all their licentiousness.

The seclusion of women began, they say, on account of the licentiousness of the Arabs.

Champagny, however; was ill-disposed to brook their licentiousness.

In the connection of the text we read that licentiousness does this.

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