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Nor can I see the object of modernising the "Stomach Dance," save to impart an extra dose of lubricity into the subject.
OSCAR WILDELEONARD CRESSWELL INGLEBY
But first a word is due about one of the victims of their amiable, self-sacrificing lubricity.
WHITE LIESCHARLES READE
I was better after my tendency to lubricity, my gloom, rage, restlessness and degradation.
STUDIES IN THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SEX, VOLUME 5 (OF 6)HAVELOCK ELLIS
Their conduct in the sequel was characterised by the most shameless lubricity.
FREAKS OF FANATICISMSABINE BARING-GOULD
He is teres et rotundas; strokes fly from the lubricity of his polish, and the shiftings of his circular formation.
TOMLINSONIANAEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
To be sure he had for a time captured the ear of a few of our officers who were misled by his lubricity and perpetual smiles.
THE SECRETS OF A KUTTITEEDWARD O. MOUSLEY
A fish adorns his flag, and he rides a parrot or sparrow, emblematic of lubricity.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 15, SLICE 6VARIOUS
A little more of this lubricity and there will have to be a new and resolute sifting at the fords.
JUDGES AND RUTHROBERT A. WATSON
Mistress Lubricity has taken possession of the whole city; look in every corner, and you'll be convinced.
CURIOSITIES OF LITERATURE, VOL. 1 (OF 3)ISAAC D'ISRAELI
Yet I love facts, and hate lubricity and people without perception.
ESSAYS, FIRST SERIESRALPH WALDO EMERSON
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