Now reigneth pride in price, and covetise is counted wise, and lechery withouten shame, and gluttony withouten blame.
There are worse faults to be laid to his account than lechery and extravagance.
He was the most extraordinary mixture of charity and drunkenness, lechery and self-sacrifice that I had ever come across.
The seventh is goat-drunk, when in his drunkenness he hath no mind but on lechery.
He never truly wants but in much having, for then his ease and lechery afflict him.
Less force to labour, and more to lechery; that's the sum of it.
Wine and lechery did what human enemies could not and the pack of wolves rotted away like a flock of diseased sheep.
For that it brent it was a sign of lechery, the which was that time much used.
Well, I have two of my healths to drink yet—lechery and drunkenness, which even shall go together.
He vents his lechery at the mouth, as some fishes are said to engender.
c.1200, from Old French lecherie "impertinence, deceit," from lecheor (see lecher).
The priests had excellent cause to forbid us lechery: this injunction, by reserving to them acquaintance with and absolution for these private sins, gave them an incredible ascendancy over women, and opened up to them a career of lubricity whose scope knew no limits. [Marquis de Sade, "Philosophy in the Bedroom"]