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Synonyms for lewdly

in a lewd and obscene manner


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stories full exotic He dipped a tubby finger into the cocktail mixture, tasting it lewdly, and said, 'Delicious.
She describes her 'tipping point' in March 2012 in her book Everyday Sexism: "It was a week of little pinpricks; the man who appeared as I sat outside a cafe, seized my hand and refused to let go; the guy who followed me o' the bus and lewdly propositioned me all the way to my front door.
Melbourne, March 12 ( ANI ): A police officer has claimed that he was fired after reporting a fellow cop's lewdly viewing of Whitney Houston's naked body.
colored and lewdly dressed with the allurement of painting .
In the newest wing of the cloister, from the fourteenth, two faces, one lewdly vulpine, the other vacuously bovine, seem to have been born, like cabbage-patch kids, from the autoerotic congress of a leaf.
I'm quoting Shakespeare inaccurately, and a little lewdly too, but the central idea is one that I learned over many years of yo-yoing between, as a particular national tabloid might put it, "sporting a noticeable paunch" and "flaunting his new toned frame".
I'm told twerking is a highly sexual dance, full of squatting, popping and jiggling, so lewdly energetic that I put my back out just reading about it.
Miley Cyrus, take note: Acting out lewdly at Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards might have garnered some stinging public criticism for the former Disney child star.
In two films the reaction of the secondary male characters is identical: Both Don Felipe (played Jose Luis Lopez Vazquez) in En un lugar de La Manga and an administrator (played by Jose Orjas) in Un beso en el puerto stare lewdly at women through a pair of binoculars, which are the symbol of voyeurism in this repressed country.
45) Whereas creep shots refer to clandestine, lascivious photos of women and girls taken without their consent, then lewdly broadcast online, jailbait signals the inclusion of underage girls.
Palate" harks back to the butcher-aisle orgy of Carolee Schneemann's Meat joy, 1964, or, of course, the lewdly anthropomorphic luncheonette fare of Claes Olden burg's "The Store," 1961.
It was last night revealed another victim, now 62, claimed the star sneaked into bedrooms at a boarding school and lewdly propositioned her when she was 15.
com that "Kick-Ass" screenwriter Mark Millar has plans for a lewdly named sidekick for Red Mist.
Through a battery of provocations--praying excessively loudly, imposing their own melodies, ultimately lewdly insulting regular congregants who voice objection--it was plain they aimed at nothing less than a putsch.