- licentious (adj.)
- "morally unrestrained," 1530s, from Medieval Latin licentiosus "full of license, unrestrained," from Latin licentia (see license (n.)). Related: Licentiously; licentiousness.
- 1. She felt uncomfortable for his licentious act.
- 2. It's because I'm going to have a licentious date with Miss Lai Xiang now!
- 3. The licentious monarch helped bring about his country's downfall.
- 4. The woman is very licentious.
- 5. This kind of freedom is licentious.
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