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scabrous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscabroussca‧brous /ˈskeɪbrəs, ˈskæb- $ ˈskæb-/ adjective literary 🔊 🔊 1 RUDE/OBSCENErude or shocking, especially in a sexual way2 scabrous skin is rough, not soft
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scabrousThe result, although dark and satirical, is a joy to watch - hilariously funny and unremittingly scabrous.He invaded the bedroom and hopped, scabrous, all over me while I lay there, unable to move.The Oracle's scabrous, hairless scalp is - fortunately - mostly concealed by the black hood of his robe.scabrous rumorsThe paintwork on some of its window frames was blistered and peeling like scabrous skin.
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