Definition of pornographic in English:


Line breaks: porno|graph¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˌpɔːnəˈɡrafɪk


Constituting or resembling pornography; obscene: pornographic images
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  • The reports stated that this material was pornographic and indicated paedophile interest.
  • They claim it is not their fault that life can be vulgar, pornographic and sadistic.
  • Another characteristic of the reportage is the delight in grotesque and vulgar pornographic images.
obscene, indecent, improper, indelicate, crude, lewd; erotic, titillating, arousing, suggestive, sexy, risqué; coarse, vulgar, gross, dirty, ribald, smutty, filthy, bawdy, earthy, corrupting, exploitative, prurient, salacious, immoral; off-colour, adult, X-rated, hard-core, soft-core
informal porn, porno, blue, skin
rare rank



Pronunciation: /-nəˈɡrafɪk(ə)li/
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  • Now he has been convicted, the anecdotes and personal testimonies stream out, so that reading the papers the following day felt pornographically squalid and terrifying.
  • It's more about sex in general whether it's depicted pornographically or not.
  • We're living in an era of CCTV cameras, buttonhole microphones and pornographically long camera lenses.

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