lustful[ luhst-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF lustful
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And the lustful and tyrannical desires are, as we saw, at the greatest distance?
Not a detail of her appearance escaped his quick, lustful eyes.
A company that gestured, grimaced with the charm of lustful marionettes.
They prevail, not as lustful excesses, but as religious observances.
They awakened his other soul, the turbulent and lustful soul of a hungry beast.
The atmosphere of the modern theater is lustful and irreverent.
Alive and powerful and lustful, great in mind, body, and estate.
There was no mistaking the expression in the lustful eyes burning on her.
He not only denounced adultery, but the lustful look which is the source of adultery.
“The later the better,” said the fellow with a lustful smirk.
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