Definition Of licentiously

adjective

disregarding accepted rules or conventions, especially in grammar or literary style.

In Paris it was welcomed by a public with a strong appetite for the irreverent and licentious in literature, and probably for subversive ideas of any kind in philosophy and theology.

promiscuous and unprincipled in sexual matters.

World famous, he is also a great womanizer, acknowledged as such by his colleagues, wife, and friends who themselves enjoy an entertainingly licentious social and sexual life.

Example Of licentiously

  • All the accused men were well known for their licentious behaviour and for this reason possibly became easy targets for incrimination.

  • And they are very far from any thought that their licentious groupings would provide an avenue for the emergence of a patriarch with a retinue of teen-wives.

  • Brutal, licentious , violent and debauched as it was, however, ancient Rome is relevant still.

  • But the worshippers and admirers of these gods delight in imitating their scandalous iniquities, and are nowise concerned that the republic be less depraved and licentious .

  • Civic fathers, fearing for the virtue of their daughters and the sobriety of their sons, lamented the corrupting presence of the ‘drunken and licentious soldiery’.


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