He who will satiate his libidinousness as often as he lists, shall be compared with the beasts and not with men.
No libidinousness will give them pleasure, nor will they ever perpetrate sins.
The lecturer arose like an outraged moralist to repudiate the scandalous charge of libidinousness.
Drunkenness is a death-bearing thing, and the material of libidinousness.
The two ugly animals between which she peers are intended for hares, a symbol of libidinousness, as well as of timidity.
"lustful," mid-15c., Old French libidineus (13c., Modern French libidineux), from Latin libidinosus "full of desire, lustful," from libido "pleasure, desire, sensual passion, lust" (see libido). Related: Libidinously; libidinousness.
libidinous li·bid·i·nous (lĭ-bĭd'n-əs)
Having or exhibiting lustful desires; lascivious.