lecherous lecherous  /ˈlɛ tʃə rəs/


  • (adj) given to excessive indulgence in sexual activity

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  1. One of them belonged to the descendants of a lecherous maharaja whom the British had banned from entering Shimla.
  2. She rarely attended her village mosque, and she told others she regarded the imam, who once made a pass at her, as a lecherous scoundrel.
  3. Some minor players make uncommon impact, especially Andrew Duncan as a lecherous pressagent and Linda Miller as a divorcee who takes up with a 19-year-old lover.



  1. In the emails, which were sent in April, Padel wrote: "Some [of my] supporters add that what he does for students can be found in a book called The Lecherous Professor, reporting one of his two recorded cases of sexual harassment and that [Barack]...
    on May 23, 2009 By: Ruth Padel Source: guardian.co.uk

  2. "I saw the crowd and I had a panic attack and ran away. I had never seen so many unshaven, unkempt, unbathed and lecherous men in a crowded sweaty place," Bipasha said.
    on Jul 31, 2006 By: Bipasha Basu Source: Zee News

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