Origin of risqué
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH risquérisky, risqué
Words nearby risqué
How to use risqué in a sentence
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None of the program’s participants mentioned that Boyarskaya has previously posed for a risqué photoshoot that garnered media attention.CNBC Reporter Smeared as Anti-Putin ‘Special Ops’ Temptress|Julia Davis|October 18, 2021|The Daily Beast
He began to share risqué words with that muscular Bossier waiter and one day while in the commissary line he admired him through the crack in the door to the room where he kept the cleaning utensils, making his erect penis happy.
At times, it has been blocked by the authorities for content that could only be imaginatively described as risqué.'All Discrimination Comes from Ignorance.' Meet the Chinese Ex-Cop Creating a Global LGBTQ+ Community|Charlie Campbell / Beijing|June 25, 2021|Time
The two have been dating for 10 months, and the pictures have gotten “progressively more risque,” she says.
Risque material can rise above being offensive as long as it's funny.
Jagger initially added some shock value to her image, when taking on the risque Hudson Jeans campaign last summer at 17.
Because it was oh-so- raunchy and the kids today like the risque, and the dirty language and the sexual situations.
So that in writing to you I run the risque of making a breech in the commandment.Andrew Marvell|Augustine Birrell
I said, like a stag; the simile is a little risque perhaps, as our friend is married; but, never mind!San-Cravate; or, The Messengers; Little Streams|Charles Paul de Kock
A society play excellently exemplifies the truth of the adage: "Nothing risque; nothing gained."The Footlights Fore and Aft|Channing Pollock
See Esquisse dune morale, the chapter on Le risque et la lutte, i. 4.The Non-religion of the Future: A Sociological Study|Jean-Marie Guyau
I would for such means adventure through peril of my modesty; I would risque every thing but real dishonour.Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies|Samuel Johnson