And shame on Tiger, for another kind of promiscuity—the licentious use of his father.
He also accuses Isabel of repeatedly trying to seduce him, although he supposedly refused to succumb to her licentious ways.
“licentious and immoral practices seem to get great head amongst young people,” he preached.
For Shaftel this kind of licentious behavior amounts to “conspicuous consumption disguised as urbanity.”
Capitolinus, Marcellus's colleague, a licentious and reckless man, made disgraceful proposals to this lad.
Or would you ascertain whether he is licentious by putting your wife or daughter into his hands?
His Court was licentious; but the king himself does not appear to have been worse than his neighbours, even if he was no better.
Query, Is this not encouraging the Inhabitants in their licentious and riotous disposition?
There they became the dupes of the declamations of the crafty and licentious Abbs, and writers of every denomination.
I refrained from expressing my abhorrence of that licentious doctrine because of my curiosity.