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  • s  lacking moral discipline; especially sexually unrestrained
    coarse and licentious men

  • The licentious way that some men approached Grace in the restaurant caused her to feel uncomfortable.
  • What the film critics called lowly and licentious broke all records at the box office.
  • Boston lures the licentiousor the curiousto an anything-goes "combat zone," and other cities are rushing to find out how to emulate the zone, a device to quarantine the porno .
News & Articles

  • Theater review: Shakespeare fest's 'Measure' is surprisingly charming
    Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure'' can wear you down with its moralizing and philosophizing about virtue and sin. And even though its clowns and other period lowlife interject some ribald jokes about the characters' licentious behavior, the play is not one of the Bard's most memorable.        
    July 24, 2013 - The Morning Call

  • Mary Whitehouse in Macomb Daily
    Those who mock our concerns tell us we can always shut off our sets if we object to what is being broadcast,Whitehouse says before slamming the BBC for promoting "a licentious, morally corrupt act by a tiny elite breed in London."
  • Alberto Cavalcanti in Independent
    Twentieth Century Fox sued on behalf of Temple, then aged eight, on the grounds that Greene had implied she played deliberately to "a public of licentious old men, ready to enjoy the fine flavour of such an unripe, charming little creature",...
  • Gary Ackerman in Voice of America
    The general view of the US as immoral, licentious, rapacious and seeking to colonize the region has long been standard fare for Arab intellectuals, and so, as a result, for the broader Arab public,Ackerman said. "The war in Iraq, the...

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