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1‘a lecherous old man’
lustful, licentious, lascivious, libidinous, prurient, lewd, salacious, lubricious, debauched, dissolute, wanton, loose, fast, impure, unchaste, intemperate, dissipated, degenerate, sinful, depraved, crude, goatish
sensual, libertine, promiscuous, carnal
dirty, filthy, perverted, coarse, corrupt, indecent
informal randy, horny, raunchy, pervy, naughty
rare concupiscent, lickerish
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