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lubric

[ loo-brik ]
/ ˈlu brɪk /
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adjective Archaic.

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Origin of lubric

1480–90; <Latin lūbricus slippery, smooth, Medieval Latin: lewd
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Example sentences from the Web for lubric

  • What of those sensuous waltzes, those lubric bits of schramm-musik which have come from Vienna?

    Europe After 8:15|H. L. Mencken, George Jean Nathan and Willard Huntington Wright
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