full of sexual lust; lustful; lewd; lascivious.
of, relating to, or characteristic of the libido.
- li·bid·i·nous·ly, adverb
- li·bid·i·nous·ness, noun
- non·li·bid·i·nous, adjective
- non·li·bid·i·nous·ly, adverb
- non·li·bid·i·nous·ness, noun
- un·li·bid·i·nous, adjective
- un·li·bid·i·nous·ly, adverb
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How to use libidinous in a sentence
Despite lukewarm reviews and the absence of Kim Cattrall’s iconically libidinous Samantha Jones, the sequel had what HBO Max would pronounce the “best debut day of any series” in its short history.And Just Like That: A Postmortem for a Sequel That Was Dead on Arrival | Judy Berman | February 3, 2022 | Time
There’s a regretful mutedness to the performance, too, as though we were watching the Clinton of 2021 retrace steps he took as a younger, more energetic and libidinous man.
Jade is one of a handful of Americans who feel especially flimsy — even if she’s not as flat as the libidinous New-Age Californian Hope, seemingly introduced just to provide a moral crisis for Francis.With ‘Double Blind,’ Edward St. Aubyn tasks himself with a formidable challenge | Charles Arrowsmith | June 11, 2021 | Washington Post
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 | THE DAILY BEAST
Then something wonderfully awful happened to help Roth complete his own libidinous opus.
The New Moon opposing Jupiter, Wednesday, amplifies your life libidinous, which is already more active than ever in recent memory.
The animal is ignorant of diversity, of the accumulation of aptitudes; man alone is "luxurieux," is libidinous.The Natural Philosophy of Love | Remy de Gourmont
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
But they hold her hand like brothers—quite simply and nicely, not at all sticky and libidinous.Sea and Sardinia | D. H. Lawrence
Most of these women have a heredity of bad quality and are of weak character, idle and libidinous.The Sexual Question | August Forel
Wood has affirmed, that this accident arose from libidinous dalliance with a handsome black girl in Axe-yard, Westminster.The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland (1753) | Theophilus Cibber
British Dictionary definitions for libidinous
characterized by excessive sexual desire
of or relating to the libido
- libidinously, adverb
- libidinousness, noun
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