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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsalacioussa‧la‧cious /səˈleɪʃəs/ adjective formal  RUDE/OBSCENEshowing too much interest in sex the media’s love of salacious gossipsalaciously adverbsalaciousness noun [uncountable]
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salaciousSome papers seek out extra salacious background.The tabloid newspapers love salacious gossip.His salacious grin faltered then disappeared and he glared at her, furious with himself for being tricked so easily.Once more, she tries to lull herself into dreamland via a salacious scenario starring herself and Riva.We agreed to these conditions, and tried to think of salacious things for Ted to tell Jean.Around the bar, the sweating, red and white faces of the male tourists turn upwards in salacious worship.
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