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|David Masciotra|June 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Then something wonderfully awful happened to help Roth complete his own libidinous opus.
But once upon a time this pain was real, a direct sexual toxic symptom, the physical expression of libidinous excitation.
Unchecked by any idea of shame they give way to every libidinous desire.Gipsy Life|George Smith
He who beholds a woman with libidinous eye and foul lust, through his eyes' gate, manifests his soul's death.
But they hold her hand like brothers—quite simply and nicely, not at all sticky and libidinous.Sea and Sardinia|D. H. Lawrence
What powers are these which interpose objections to libidinous desire, who are the other parties to the pathological conflict?
British Dictionary definitions for libidinous
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.