libidinous libidinous


  • (adj) driven by lust; preoccupied with or exhibiting lustful desires



  1. He found his greatest success when he put on a dress, with wildly popular impersonations of a nagging housing block auntie and a libidinous grandmother.
  2. There are no libidinous or abusive producers, no hysterically egomaniac directors, not even a failed novelist making a rich, bitter livelihood by writing for the screen.
  3. Though it wears a dozen manic, libidinous masks, none quite covers the face of dread.


  • 'Bling Ring' paints compelling caricature of materialist microcosm

    You should pity A-list celebrities. Both the squeaky clean Hugh Jackmans and the freshly libidinous Miley Cyruses have gone through some real shit in their rise to renown. Think — the nonstop no privacy, the need for sex appeal and the fight to stay relevant. In the zeitgeist of hyper-speed this and dick-pic that, one element defines this age: distractions. read more
    on July 3, 2013     Source: The Michigan Daily


  1. "With the notable exception of her husband's libidinous carelessness, the most egregious errors, strategic and tactical, of the Bill Clinton presidency, particularly in its infancy, were traceable to Hillary," Bernstein writes.
    on Jun 5, 2007 By: Carl Bernstein Source:

  2. Raquel Welch said of Bluebeard, in which she played a former nun: "I gave up my habit for Richard Burton. My nun had some rather libidinous leanings, she was kind of a sexpot underneath."
    on Mar 31, 2010 By: Raquel Welch Source: WalesOnline

  3. In a letter Keats said: "I expect to pass some pleasant hours with her now and then...... have no Libidinous thought about her."
    on Jun 25, 2010 By: John Keats Source: The Daily Star

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