lecher : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n man with strong sexual desires
- He had bragged of being a lecher, and of taking a bribe.
- Another broadside painted him as an excitable lecher: Franklin, though plagued with fumbling age, Needs nothing to excite him, But is too ready to engage,.
- The Waltz of the Toreadors, whose aging lecher-hero is fond of leaning forward to tickle young bosoms with his medals, meanwhile delivering lines not usually heard from TV gag .