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- n lewd or obscene talk or writing
it was smoking-room bawdry
- Inspection of Hooey's contents revealed touches of bawdry, sexy double-entendres, shady epigrams, scatological jokes and the like which immediately reminded knowing readers of .
- The songs, the nonstop snazz and of course the bawdry or, as she puts it, "hits, glitz and tremendous tits.
- James Branch Cabell, 71, 50-book Virginia author, whose refined preciosity, elaborately tortured allegory and subtly understated bawdry made his novels (Jurgen, The Cream of the .