lubricious


lu·bri·cious

adjective \lü-ˈbri-shəs\

Definition of LUBRICIOUS

1
:  marked by wantonness :  lecherous; also :  salacious
2
[Latin lubricus] :  having a smooth or slippery quality <a lubricious skin>
lu·bri·cious·ly adverb

Variants of LUBRICIOUS

lu·bri·cious or lu·bri·cous \ˈlü-bri-kəs\

Examples of LUBRICIOUS

  1. <back in the days when lubricious employers could, with impunity, take advantage of naive factory girls>

Origin of LUBRICIOUS

Medieval Latin lubricus, from Latin, slippery, easily led astray
First Known Use: 1535

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