salaciousness

  • 1 salaciousness — index obscenity, pornography Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 salaciousness — salacious ► ADJECTIVE ▪ having or conveying undue or indecent interest in sexual matters. DERIVATIVES salaciously adverb salaciousness noun. ORIGIN from Latin salax, from salire to leap …

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  • 3 Salaciousness — Salacious Sa*la cious, n. [L. salax, acis, fond of leaping, lustful, fr. salire to leap. See {Salient}.] Having a propensity to venery; lustful; lecherous. Dryden. [1913 Webster] {Sa*la cious*ly}, adv. {Sa*la cious*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4 salaciousness — noun see salacious …

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  • 5 salaciousness — See salaciously. * * * …

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  • 6 salaciousness — noun The state or characteristic of being salacious. Syn: bawdiness, indecency, lasciviousness, lewdness …

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  • 7 salaciousness — sa la·cious·ness || sÉ™ leɪʃəsnɪs n. lustfulness, state of being filled with sexual desire; quality of promoting sexual desire, lasciviousness …

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  • 8 salaciousness — sa·la·cious·ness …

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  • 9 salaciousness — noun the trait of behaving in an obscene manner • Syn: ↑obscenity, ↑lewdness, ↑bawdiness, ↑salacity • Derivationally related forms: ↑salacious (for: ↑salacity), ↑ …

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  • 10 salacious — [[t]səle͟ɪʃəs[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n If you describe something such as a book or joke as salacious, you think that it deals with sexual matters in an unnecessarily detailed way. The newspapers once again filled their columns with salacious… …

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  • 11 bawdiness — noun the trait of behaving in an obscene manner • Syn: ↑obscenity, ↑lewdness, ↑salaciousness, ↑salacity • Derivationally related forms: ↑salacious (for: ↑salacity), ↑ …

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  • 12 lewdness — noun the trait of behaving in an obscene manner • Syn: ↑obscenity, ↑bawdiness, ↑salaciousness, ↑salacity • Derivationally related forms: ↑salacious (for: ↑salacity), ↑ …

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  • 13 salacity — noun the trait of behaving in an obscene manner • Syn: ↑obscenity, ↑lewdness, ↑bawdiness, ↑salaciousness • Derivationally related forms: ↑salacious, ↑salacious (for: ↑ …

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  • 14 salacious — adjective Etymology: Latin salac , salax, from salire to move spasmodically, leap more at sally Date: circa 1645 1. arousing or appealing to sexual desire or imagination ; lascivious 2. lecherous, lustful • salaciously adverb • salaciousness …

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  • 15 Obscenity — Part of a series on Censorship By media …

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  • 16 Walter Winchell — Infobox Person name=Walter Winchell thumb caption= birth date=birth date|1897|4|7|mf=y birth place=New York City, New York, U.S. death date=death date and age|1972|2|20|1897|4|7|mf=y death place=Los Angeles, California, U.S.Walter Winchell (April …

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  • 17 Drew Pinsky — Pinsky in January 2007. Birth name David Drew Pinsky Born September 4, 1958 (1958 09 04) (age 53) Pasade …

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  • 18 Tony Randall — Infobox actor name = Tony Randall imagesize = 180px caption = Randall in 2003 birthdate = birth date|1920|2|26|mf=y birthplace = Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA deathdate = death date and age|2004|5|17|1920|2|26 deathplace = New York City, New York,… …

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  • 19 Captain Charles Johnson — is the British author of the 1724 book A General History of the Robberies and Murders of the most notorious Pyrates, though his identity remains a mystery. No record of a captain by this name exists. Some scholars have suggested that Charles… …

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  • 20 Licensing Act 1737 — For the Act concerning the licensing of premises to sell alcohol, see Licensing Act 2003. The Licensing Act or Theatrical Licensing Act of 21 June 1737 (citation 10 Geo. II c. 28 ) was a landmark act of censorship of the British stage and one of… …

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