bawdy


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Synonyms for bawdy

Synonyms for bawdy

Synonyms for bawdy

lewd or obscene talk or writing

humorously vulgar

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She added: "Ultimately, Burns's bawdy verse represents a fascinating record of 18th-century society and sexual mores, albeit often from a highly individual and creative perspective.
Although feminist and materialist scholars have explored the violence and degradation of the bawdy house, the word bawdy carries as yet unexplored connotations that can illuminate early modern thinking about the contaminating eroticism of things.
He moved to Perth and began playing his bawdy songs in pubs, clubs and at sports games.
BAWDY BIRD: He needs an Asbo, says owner Paul Harding pictured left with foul-mouthed feathered friend Jack Picture by PETER REIMANN
He adds: "I always believed then that the story - a bawdy, fast-moving tale of wine, women, acting, gambling, electoral corruption and failed ambitions - would find its best expression in a stage musical".
Why I Wore Lipstick'' is mildly bawdy and slightly politically incorrect, yet a welcome, funny corrective for those who might stigmatize themselves when a mammogram comes back with an unhappy result.
While it is still illegal in Canada to run a brothel or bawdy house where human beings can rent other human beings for sexual pleasure, clubs such as l'Orage and Auberge 102 in Montreal, or the Wicked Club in Toronto, have found a way to dodge that little obstacle.
The Bijou Art Cinemas goes bawdy for its Late Nite movie this weekend with "M3-D: The Movie," a campy, 1970s-style erotic comedy.
These smart-ass doodles are bawdy in their own way, and unlike the paintings, with their more explicit titles, they are harder to pin down.
But even Hogarth would have been stunned by the brash and bawdy antics that took place on Birmingham's Broad Street during the first week-end of the new licensing hours.
The family business won the award for its Wyfe of Bath cheese, a semi-hard organic product named after a bawdy Chaucer tale and currently on sale only in specialist retailers.
1713 Laurence Sterne, clergyman author of bawdy comic classic Tristram Shandy, was born
The streets of 17th-century London are brought vividly to life in this bawdy costume romp with heaving bosoms and cross-dressing aplenty.
Tower Hamlets was plagued with bawdy houses, and the new society believed that preventing prostitution would lead to a decline in many other forms of vice.
Its impressive, often striking visual design and broad, bawdy humour could best be described as an offbeat combination of Tim Burton, Terry Gilliam and Wayne and Shuster.