noun, plural li·bi·dos.
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Origin of libido
OTHER WORDS FROM libidoli·bid·i·nal [li-bid-n-l] /lɪˈbɪd n l/, adjectiveli·bid·i·nal·ly, adverb
Words nearby libido
Example sentences from the Web for libidinal
Sex and violence fuel the libidinal, careening, hugely popular teen vampire soap, now in its second season.
But, as we know, the libidinal situation rarely remains so simple.
The cause is rather to be found in the undeniable weakening of religious feelings and the libidinal ties which depend upon them.