Definition of licentiously in English:

licentiously

adverb

  • See licentious

    • ‘Several runners advanced across the field towards the keep, and he grinned licentiously.’
    • ‘In it the hero Oliver laments: ‘Wouldn't it have been really better to live like Mario, not socially labelled, not insured or predestined, but irresponsibly, even licentiously, within the limits of kindness and honour?’’
    • ‘Perhaps no creature makes a better role model than these spotted animals, licentiously advertising their lust and hunger in wild howls and mad scratchings.’

Pronunciation

licentiously

/līˈsenSHəslē//laɪˈsɛnʃəsli/