Examples from the Web for lustful
Now collected for the first time in a new book readers can fully experience this energetic, lustful, quiet hero.The Legend of Brown Dog: A Great American Hero Gets His Due|David Masciotra|December 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Replacing the judging finger wag was the rapid mouse-clicking of lustful fans trying to find the photos ASAP.Pictures of Justin Bieber Naked Leak, and We Just Don’t Know How to Feel|Kevin Fallon|August 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But it was Berlin that was on the march—"the blood is there, and the hope, and the moody, lustful Wagnerian temperament."Before the Fall: What Did the World Look Like in 1913?|Jacob Heilbrunn|June 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
To be thus targeted by his lustful eye and hands was a kind of a distinction, however distasteful the gesture was.
He avails himself of the privileges of the waltz, at the marriage of Mrs. Delaney, to gratify his lustful anticipations.Confession|W. Gilmore Simms
I do not allude to the lustful passion you indulge in, but real love.The Black Moth|Georgette Heyer
And the idle, the vicious, the lustful and the criminal are here too.London's Underworld|Thomas Holmes
Public workhouses would be effectual remedies to all these lazy and lustful distempers, with more profit and a better conscience.No Cross, No Crown|William Penn
You have no doubt looked upon some woman with lustful eyes this very morning.The Pacific Triangle|Sydney Greenbie
British Dictionary definitions for lustful
Word Origin and History for lustful
Old English lustfull "wishful, desirous, having an eager desire;" see lust (n.) + -ful. Specifically of sexual desire from 1570s. Related: Lustfully; lustfulness. Middle English also had lustsome, which was used in a sense of "voluptuous, lustful" from c.1400. Old English had lustbære "desirable, pleasant, cheerful, joyous."