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bawdy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbawdybawd‧y /ˈbɔːdi $ ˈbɒːdi/ adjective  SEXYbawdy songs, jokes, stories etc are about sex and are funny, enjoyable, and often noisy a bawdy new playbawdiness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
bawdyThe woman was lively, even bawdy, but there was something reserved, steely, behind her levity.But in London it brought belly laughs with a bawdy display of music hall humour and saucy songs.It's like an Electric Ballroom gig: rowdy, bawdy, hands outstretched, fingers touching, bodies crushing.She did not mean this as a bawdy joke.a bawdy new comedyLysistrata is a very silly play with a very bawdy storyline.
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