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  • r  in a lascivious manner

  • She wore the scantiest of costumes in Thais (she still wears as little as possible under any stage costume), danced lasciviously with the seven veils of Salome.
  • Blixen once wrote of her own husband Bror (who became Beryl's occasional bedmate) that "he looked down benevolently and lasciviously upon womankind and had been raised to believe .
  • As the sultry singer Samira, mezzo Marilyn Horne reclines lasciviously on a plushy couch and tosses off a florid cavatina and cabaletta to words from an Arabic phrase book ("I am .

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