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Synonyms for bawdy

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Synonyms for bawdy

lewd or obscene talk or writing

humorously vulgar

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Bawdily bemoaning her geographically unrequitable attraction to the Empire State Building, she dismisses the allure of the city's other eligible bachelors: "The Chrysler's not my type/The Trump is merely hype/And the Met/Sure can get/ Overbearing.
The authors of this book show how Crommelynck goes beyond the symbolist Maeterlinck and looks forward to the Absurdists while connecting with the anarchical tradition of Rabelais and Moliere in the way he bawdily celebrates and unsentimentally denounces the illusions and extravagant behaviour of his characters.
He winks bawdily at Angelina, the unwed gypsy mother, and we know that were it not for the rope on his wrists, he would be off among the peasant women like a beagle chasing squirrels.
The new series started as Men Behaving Beardedly, moved to Men Behaving Bawdily and in minutes Martin Clunes, Neil Morrissey, Caroline Quentin and Leslie Ash had me rocking with laughter.
As those who understand Hamlet bawdily have to assume that Shakespeare is also doing, Middleton seems to rely on the alternative sense of |nunnery' being sufficiently current not to require explanatory assistance.
Unfortunately, the two types of work are treated little differently by the performers, with only the odd glimmer of humour in the bawdily comic final numbers.
But then we also had stripper Shanessa this year, bawdily talking about sex or lap dancing on prime time Big Brother, not to mention disgruntled X Factor contestant Rachel Lester.
The Art of Success, by Nick Dear, is said to be surreal yet realistic and disturbing, bawdily outrageous and raucous.
7) Punning on the term purse, Bullock argues that marital affections can be bought and sold and that marital discord can be buried bawdily in the marriage bed where Toby and Dorcas will "sign the Peace" (19).
Dick, we're told, liked to address himself in his college years privately as "Lucky Dick - you big stiff': like Diver's own name, the phrase is bawdily suggestive, specifically of how poorly Dick's aspiration to be more than ordinary men veils a rather commonplace narcissistic attachment to the penis and the fantasies that having one can generate, like the fantasy of being a big stiff Dick.
Belfast-born comic renowned for his bawdily irreverent humour and his catchphrase, "It's the way I tell 'em".
FRANK CARSON, 85 Belfast-born comic renowned for his bawdily irreverent humour and his catchphrase, "It's the way I tell 'em".