Definition of lecherous
: given to or suggestive of lechery a lecherous lawyer hitting on his son's girlfriend — Dick Friedman & Mike Lipton
Examples of lecherous in a Sentence
most of the male patrons at the bar appeared to be lecherous conventioneers looking for some action
Recent Examples of lecherous from the Web
The writers also continue to have considerable fun with Snow's barbaric pal Tormund (Kristofer Hivju) and his lecherous interest in the towering knight Brienne (Gwendoline Christie).
A mix of theater and screen actors, led by Melinda DeKay as the matriarch and Roy Abramsohn (Escape From Tomorrow, Weeds) as the lecherous uncle, the performers are effectively creepy.
Of the women, a lifeguard-in-training played by Alexandra Daddario comes well-armed with withering put-downs of Efron’s lecherous Lothario.
LeFou spends much of the movie hinting at his affection for his lecherous friend, but LeFou, too, earns a chance for redemption toward the end.
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Definition of lecherous for English Language Learners
: having or showing an excessive or disgusting interest in sex
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