Translation of lubricious in Spanish:

lubricious

Pronunciation: /luːˈbrɪʃəs/

adj

  • [literario/literary] lascivo, lujurioso
    More example sentences
    • What people most long for in ogling the screen is to witness some torrid lascivious scene: the incentives to gaze are supremely lubricious.
    • Pause for a few minutes of lubricous sound effects followed by a sigh…
    • Desire is first to breach the hermitage, and its embodiment is Mary who, as Anthony kneels before an icon of Christ's Virgin Mother, suddenly seems a tart striking lubricious poses.

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