Definition of Libidinousness

1. Noun. lechery, lustfulness, the state of being libidinous ¹



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Definition of Libidinousness

1. [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Libidinousness

libertyless
libethenite
libidinal
libidinal energy
libidinally
libidinists
libidinized
libidinizes
libidinizing
libidinosity
libidinously
libidinousness (current term)
libido dominandi
libido theory
libidoless
libidos
libivirumab
libken
libkens
liblab
liblabs
libra
librae
libraire
libraires

Literary usage of Libidinousness

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1. Latin Classics by William Cleaver Wilkinson (1900)
"He was an epigrammatist in verse. He studied point to the sacrifice of almost every thing but point. libidinousness, however, he did not have to sacrifice, ..."

2. College Latin Course in English by William Cleaver Wilkinson (1885)
"He was an epigrammatist in verse. He studied point to the sacrifice of almost e"ery thing but point. libidinousness, however, he did not have to sacrifice, ..."

3. College Latin Course in English by William Cleaver Wilkinson (1885)
"MARTIAL was a contemporary of Statius. He was an epigrammatist in verse. He studied point to the sacrifice of almost e,'ery thing but point. libidinousness ..."

4. Preparatory and College Latin Courses in English (condensed and Consolidated) by William Cleaver Wilkinson (1889)
"He was an epigrammatist in verse. He studied point to the sacrifice of almost every thing but point. libidinousness, however, he did not have to sacrifice, ..."

5. Institutes of the Christian Religion by Jean Calvin (1921)
"... haughtiness, or ostentation, nor for avarice, libidinousness, luxury, effeminacy, or any other evils which are the offspring of self-love. ..."

6. Publications by Oriental Translation Fund (1843)
"... prevails in favor of those who are called after Rama ; whilst those who take their title from Krishna are ill-famed for sensuality and libidinousness. ..."

7. Crome Yellow by Aldous Huxley (1922)
"The seeds of Julius's courage and compelling energy, of Augustus's prudence, of the libidinousness and cruelty of Tiberius, of Caligula's folly, ..."

8. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1823)
"Mrs Bellamy's life of herself is a chef- d'Ĺ“uvre of libel and libidinousness, and, to wind up with a stomacher, MOLIERE and SHAKESPEARE were players. ..."

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