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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlewdlewd /luːd/ adjective  RUDE/OBSCENEusing rude words or movements that make you think of sex lewd commentslewdly adverblewdness noun [uncountable]
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lewdLots of them are seriously lewd.They expressed their fury with the godly in lewd ballads that echo through Underdown's story.He was accused of lewd behavior by a woman from his own parish, then banished for seven years.Gerard was once accused of lewd behavior by a woman, which he did not challenge.a lewd gestureAlthough his jokes were a little lewd, he always made us laugh.Even Isay unbent a little, and grinned at a raven-haired wench when she made a lewd pluck at his staff.They frequented the tavern and engaged in unspecified lewd practices.He would promise to help her, making lewd suggestions.I intend Henceforth every night to sit With my lewd, well-natured friend, Drinking to engender wit.""Say no more!'' he grinned, giving her a lewd wink.
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