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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlicentiousli‧cen‧tious /laɪˈsenʃəs/ adjective formal  BAD PERSONbehaving in a sexually immoral or uncontrolled waylicentiously adverblicentiousness noun [uncountable]
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licentiousThe lips were more sensuous than the original, almost licentious.licentious behaviorAs for the notion of canvassing his licentious friends, it was out of the question.Though I myself led a licentious life, the licentiousness of the women nevertheless shocked me.
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