lubricious

Voluptuous vs Lubricious - What's the difference?

voluptuous | lubricious |


As adjectives the difference between voluptuous and lubricious

is that voluptuous is suggestive of or characterized by full, generous, pleasurable sensation while lubricious is smooth and glassy; slippery.

Lubricious vs Depraved - What's the difference?

lubricious | depraved | Related terms |

Lubricious is a related term of depraved.


As adjectives the difference between lubricious and depraved

is that lubricious is smooth and glassy; slippery while depraved is perverted or extremely wrong in a moral sense.

As a verb depraved is

(deprave).

Lubricious vs Smutty - What's the difference?

lubricious | smutty | Related terms |

Lubricious is a related term of smutty.


As adjectives the difference between lubricious and smutty

is that lubricious is smooth and glassy; slippery while smutty is soiled with smut; blackened, dirty.

Immoral vs Lubricious - What's the difference?

immoral | lubricious | Related terms |

Immoral is a related term of lubricious.


As adjectives the difference between immoral and lubricious

is that immoral is not moral; inconsistent with rectitude, purity, or good morals; contrary to conscience or the divine law while lubricious is smooth and glassy; slippery.

Lubricious vs Abandoned - What's the difference?

lubricious | abandoned | Related terms |

Lubricious is a related term of abandoned.


As adjectives the difference between lubricious and abandoned

is that lubricious is smooth and glassy; slippery while abandoned is self-abandoned, or given up to vice; immoral; extremely wicked, or sinning without restraint; irreclaimably wicked; as, an abandoned villain .

As a verb abandoned is

(abandon).

Libidinous vs Lubricious - What's the difference?

libidinous | lubricious | Related terms |

Libidinous is a related term of lubricious.


As adjectives the difference between libidinous and lubricious

is that libidinous is having lustful desires; characterized by lewdness; sensual; lascivious while lubricious is smooth and glassy; slippery.

Lubricious vs Dissolute - What's the difference?

lubricious | dissolute | Related terms |

Lubricious is a related term of dissolute.


As adjectives the difference between lubricious and dissolute

is that lubricious is smooth and glassy; slippery while dissolute is unrestrained by morality.

Lubricious vs Dirty - What's the difference?

lubricious | dirty | Related terms |

Lubricious is a related term of dirty.


As adjectives the difference between lubricious and dirty

is that lubricious is smooth and glassy; slippery while dirty is unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as dirt or grime.

As an adverb dirty is

in a dirty manner.

As a verb dirty is

to make (something) dirty.

Lubricious - What does it mean?

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Lustful vs Lubricious - What's the difference?

lustful | lubricious | Related terms |

Lustful is a related term of lubricious.


As adjectives the difference between lustful and lubricious

is that lustful is full of lust; driven by lust while lubricious is smooth and glassy; slippery.

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