But it was Berlin that was on the march—"the blood is there, and the hope, and the moody, lustful Wagnerian temperament."
Now collected for the first time in a new book readers can fully experience this energetic, lustful, quiet hero.
To be thus targeted by his lustful eye and hands was a kind of a distinction, however distasteful the gesture was.
Replacing the judging finger wag was the rapid mouse-clicking of lustful fans trying to find the photos ASAP.
In all his life Hollister had never gone about consciously looking upon women with a lustful eye.
Alive and powerful and lustful, great in mind, body, and estate.
Whoso looketh on the wife of another with a lustful eye, is considered as if he had committed adultery.
And the lustful and tyrannical desires are, as we saw, at the greatest distance?
Gibson's had the depth of cunning, not the depth of character, and they glistened like the eyes of a lustful animal.
They prevail, not as lustful excesses, but as religious observances.
Old English lustfull "wishful, desirous, having an eager desire;" see lust (n.) + -ful. Specifically of sexual desire from 1570s. Related: Lustfully; lustfulness. Middle English also had lustsome, which was used in a sense of "voluptuous, lustful" from c.1400. Old English had lustbære "desirable, pleasant, cheerful, joyous."