Examples of libidinous in a Sentence
a novel about a libidinous lawyer who becomes an abject slave to his sexual addiction
Recent Examples of libidinous from the Web
The Skull of Sam, which is about libidinous teens making bad decisions with gory consequences, is by far the stronger of the two Campfire Creepers installments.
Just how much is evidenced by the cocktail menu at the Bloomsbury Club Bar, which features, along with creative libations, an intricate diagram of the group’s wildly libidinous undertakings.
Olivia, a libidinous capitalist, is rapaciously, vibrantly American.
His witty, libidinous lyrics spoke of girls, motorin’ and footloose fun.
The state’s Mormon culture recoiled from Donald Trump’s libidinous boasting, erratic behavior, and displays of extravagant consumption.
The storytelling feels too libidinous and crude (and occasionally gruesome) for middle grade or young adult readers.
Incarcerated, not so much for his libidinous ways, but for gambling, cheating tourists, his flagrant libertinism in the face of the Venetian Inquisition, and his heretical interests in alchemy and the kabbalah.
Talbot is currently facing eight charges of indecent assault as well as one charge of lewd, indecent and libidinous behavior.
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LIBIDINOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of libidinous for English Language Learners
: feeling or relating to strong sexual desires
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