Word of the Day: Licentious


Say It: \lī-ˈsen(t)-shəs\

Part of Speech: adjective

Definition (as defined by Merriam-Webster): lacking legal or moral restraints, especially disregarding sexual restraints.

Used in a Sentence (aka How I Found It): “You must be present for the betterment of our people, not just off jet-setting around the globe to sate your vulgar, licentious appetites.” “Fearful Pranks Ensue” American Horror Story

Origin: Latin, first used in 1595.


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