- full of sexual lust; lustful; lewd; lascivious.
- of, relating to, or characteristic of the libido.
Origin of libidinous
Examples from the Web for libidinous
Rappers express their libidinous desires in the boring, one-note language of conquest.Bobby Womack’s Sexual Democracy: The Late Soul Legend Preached Mutual Pleasure
June 29, 2014
Then something wonderfully awful happened to help Roth complete his own libidinous opus.The Climax of ‘Portnoy’s Complaint’
May 14, 2014
Unchecked by any idea of shame they give way to every libidinous desire.Gipsy Life
A libidinous expectancy was as heavy as a thick scent in the night.The Mating of the Moons
Can any one in whom there is lust or desire be otherwise than libidinous or desirous?Cicero's Tusculan Disputations
Marcus Tullius Cicero
The beauty of Hunter's sister had struck the libidinous eye of the aristocratic villain—need I say more?
Art wants no such followers: her bravest work is done by brave men, and not by sneaking opium-eaters and libidinous 'reformers.'The Book-Bills of Narcissus
Le Gallienne, Richard
- characterized by excessive sexual desire
- of or relating to the libido
Word Origin and History for libidinous
"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.
- Having or exhibiting lustful desires; lascivious.