licentiousness

  • 1 licentiousness — index debauchery, vice Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 licentiousness …

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  • 2 licentiousness — licentious ► ADJECTIVE ▪ promiscuous and unprincipled in sexual matters. DERIVATIVES licentiously adverb licentiousness noun. ORIGIN Latin licentiosus, from licentia freedom …

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  • 3 Licentiousness — Licentious Li*cen tious ( sh[u^]s), a. [L. licentiosus: cf. F. licencieux. See {License}.] 1. Characterized by license; passing due bounds; excessive; abusive of freedom; wantonly offensive; as, a licentious press. [1913 Webster] A wit that no… …

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  • 4 licentiousness — noun see licentious …

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  • 5 licentiousness — See licentiously. * * * …

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  • 6 licentiousness — noun The property of being licentious …

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  • 7 licentiousness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Excessive freedom; lack of restraint: dissoluteness, dissolution, libertinism, license, profligacy. See RESTRAINT …

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  • 8 licentiousness — n. lack of sexual restraint, lewdness; lawlessness, immorality …

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  • 9 licentiousness — n libertinism, debauchery, dissoluteness, It. dolce vita. dissipation, profligacy, profligateness; lechery, lewdness, Pathol. satyriasis, goatishness, Pathol. nymphomania; concupiscence, lust, prurience, pruriency; lustfulness, libidinousness,… …

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  • 10 licentiousness — li·cen·tious·ness …

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  • 11 licentiousness — /bsenshasnas/ The indulgence of the arbitrary will of the individual, without regard to ethics or law, or respect for the rights of others. Also, lewdness or lasciviousness …

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  • 12 licentiousness — /bsenshasnas/ The indulgence of the arbitrary will of the individual, without regard to ethics or law, or respect for the rights of others. Also, lewdness or lasciviousness …

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  • 13 licentiousness — Lack of moral restraint. The acts of a libertine. In an older sense, ruthless disregard of the rights of others …

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  • 14 licentiousness — noun 1. the quality of being lewd and lascivious • Syn: ↑wantonness • Derivationally related forms: ↑wanton (for: ↑wantonness), ↑licentious • Hypernyms: ↑ …

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  • 15 Spillane, Mickey — orig. Frank Morrison Spillane born March 9, 1918, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S. U.S. writer of pulp detective fiction. He initially wrote for pulp magazines and comic books in order to pay for his schooling. His first novel, I, The Jury (1947), introduced …

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  • 16 license — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. permission, authority; freedom, licentiousness. See impurity. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Unbridled use of freedom] Syn. looseness, excess, laxity, slackness, relaxedness, effrontery, arrogance, sauciness …

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  • 17 WOMAN — This article is arranged according to the following outline: the historical perspective biblical period marriage and children women in household life economic roles educational and managerial roles religious roles women outside the household… …

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  • 18 Temple in Jerusalem — Main articles: Solomon s Temple, Second Temple, and Third Temple A model of Herod s Temple adjacent to the Shrine of the Book exhibit at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem …

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  • 19 Antinomianism — For the term in politics describing socialist movements, see Autonomism Antinomianism (from the Greek ἀντί , against + νόμος , law ), or lawlessness (in the Greek Bible: ἀνομία, [http://www.blueletterbible.org/cgi bin/words.pl?word=458 ἀνομία]… …

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  • 20 Pornography in the United States — On the set of a pornographic film …

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