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lickerish

lickerish

adjective lick·er·ish \ˈli-k(ə-)rish\

Definition of LICKERISH

2
obsolete :  tempting to the appetite
3
:  lecherous
lick·er·ish·ly adverb
lick·er·ish·ness noun

Origin of LICKERISH

alteration of lickerous, from Middle English likerous, probably modification of Anglo-French *lekerous, lecherus lecherous, from lechur lecher
First Known Use: 14th century

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