obscenity

[ uh b-sen-i-tee, -see-ni- ]SEE DEFINITION OF obscenity

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The second power of vulgarity is obscenity, and this vice is like the pestilence.

This is not a criticism of the phallus on grounds of obscenity, but on grounds of buffoonery.

This last degenerated into obscenity, indecency, and disorder.

Obscenity arose from everything before her eyes and approached her.

It is evident that mere nudity in painting and sculpture is not obscenity.

It is certainly true, that every sort of ribaldry and obscenity are encouraged on the Chinese stage at the present day.

Must he go back again to the galleys with their profanity and obscenity?

We do not envy the unwholesomeness of a mind so watchful for obscenity.

The obscenity of "The Turn of the Screw" has given it undue prominence.

What was the most revolting piece of obscenity in all your career of crime?

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