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Licentious, 1) unrestrained by law or morality: “filled the time with all l. measure,” Tim. V, 4, 4 (== the whole measure of licentiousness).
2) dissolute, lustful: “shouldst thou but hear I were l.” Err. II, 2, 133. “what rein can hold l. wickedness,” H5 III, 3, 22. “my sanctity will to my sense bend no l. ear,” Per. V, 3, 30.
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