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lubricious

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlubriciouslu‧bri‧cious /luːˈbrɪʃəs/ adjective formal  SEXYtoo interested in sex, in a way that seems unpleasant or unacceptablelubriciously adverb
Examples from the Corpus
lubriciousDanjit stumbled forward so that for a moment she felt his lubricious body-thrust.Even when the lubricious Cardinal is titillated by his chair-straddling mistress, it is in the shadow of an overhanging jewelled crucifix.Their words fluttered between them like lubricious little doves.According to her publicists, who had little else except her lubricious reputation to publicize, they measured 40 inches.
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