lubricious : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s having a smooth or slippery quality
the skin of cephalopods is thin and lubricious
- s characterized by lust
eluding the lubricious embraces of her employer
- Kitt expressed this lubricious sentiment in buttoned-down 1953, the beginning of the Eisenhower years.
- These two hook up to defraud a lubricious Mormona bit of bunko that helps keep the Dirtwater Fox a few steps ahead of some bad guys who are giving him heated chase.
- His lubricious jeans ads and languorous underwear pitches have now been joined by a kinky perfume campaign.
- Roger Ebert in Deutsche Welle
As nasty as it is lubricious, a despicable attempt to titillate us by exploiting memories of persecution and suffering,said critic Roger Ebert about "The Night Porter."