Adjective(1) characterized by lust(2) suggestive of or tending to moral looseness
(1) Despite the publicity gained by the more salacious tribunal cases, Lea believes that sexual misconduct at work is actually decreasing.(2) Kerekes defended himself against accusations that he was representing violent, sexual murder in a salacious , titillating and insensitive manner.(3) She desperately wanted to rest, avoid the salacious Tinseltown gossip, and take control of her life.(4) Despite the predictable salacious stories of Hollywood, the most explosive and emotionally affecting part of this book involves Eszterhas' father.(5) During his first season with the Cowboys, Curry cooperated with reporters seeking to tell his salacious story and didn't hide from scrutiny.(6) Martina smiles and, ignoring his salacious grin, gestures towards the large fireplace in the parlor visible to their left.(7) As an artist, he has knowingly signed forged drawings and disavows responsibility for his sometimes salacious subject matter.(8) In a fit of fury, Pentheus attempts unsuccessfully to imprison Dionysus, who subsequently awakens Pentheus's salacious interest in the cavorting ladies.(9) Particularity objectionable to Judge Hand was the fact that the ├ö├ç├┐details of the sex relations are set forth to attract readers to the story because of their salacious character├ö├ç├û.(10) No, it was the reek of alcohol that was coming from his direction and the salacious grin that spread across his face when he saw her coming.(11) If tabloids want to divulge salacious and prurient accounts of intimate sexual behaviour in future, against the wishes of one of the participants, they may find European Union law barring their path with a sword of flame.(12) Of course, on the downside, his trial will be a media circus and the seriousness of the allegations will undoubtedly take second billing to salacious celebrity gossip.(13) True, tabloid journalism is something invariably dirty and salacious that refuses to ever consider whether what it is doing is right.(14) The gossip is usually more salacious , the stories downright dirtier and they tend to spend more money on wine.(15) America's Underage Drinking Epidemic promised a salacious exposÔö£┬« of youth gone very, very bad.(16) There is nothing like salacious gossip to keep the conversation going is there?
2. lustful ::
3. prurient ::
4. lewd ::
1. frigid ::
Different Formssalacious, salaciously, salaciousness
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