Hard to stomach, but their lascivious glances told that tale.
He pleaded guilty to lewd and lascivious acts on a child and is now in prison.
That must be why he seems to have kept this lascivious picture out of public view.
From Ryan Lochte to Tom Daley, the Web is awash with lascivious pictures of the men of the London Games.
The lascivious sex predator is out; the deep-pocketed caped crusader is most definitely in.
He might degrade Marcolina by mockery and lascivious phrases, full of innuendo.
They were celebrated by courtesans with processions, lascivious pantomimes, etc.
In disposition also they differ totally; their women, instead of being chaste, of all the Indian women are the most lascivious.
But you sha'n't say nor do your lascivious tricks before me, I warrant you.
The sending of the scape-goat to Azazel marked the abomination in which this lascivious cult was held.
mid-15c., from Middle French lascivieux or directly from Late Latin lasciviosus (used in a scolding sense by Isidore and other early Church writers), from Latin lascivia "lewdness, playfulness, frolicsomeness, jolity," from lascivus "lewd, playful, frolicsome, wanton," from PIE *las-ko-, from *las- "to be eager, wanton, or unruly" (cf. Sanskrit -lasati "yearns," lasati "plays, frolics," Hittite ilaliya- "to desire, covet," Greek laste "harlot," Old Church Slavonic laska "flattery," Slovak laska "love," Old Irish lainn "greedy," Gothic lustus, Old English lust "lust"). Related: Lasciviously; lasciviousness. In 17c. also with a verbal form, lasciviate.