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lubricious

lu·bri·cious (lu·bri·cous)

lubricious (lubricous)

 
pronunciation:
lu brI shs [or] lu brih ks
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: slippery, oily, or smooth.
synonyms:
greasy, oily, oleaginous, slick, slippery, smooth, unctuous
similar words:
glassy, libidinous, skiddy, sleek, slimy, slithery, soapy, waxy
definition 2: having an elusive nature; shifty or tricky.
synonyms:
mercurial, shifty, tricky
similar words:
capricious, changeable, doubtful, elusive, evasive, fickle, fugitive, shady, unreliable, unstable, variable, volatile
definition 3: marked by lewdness; sexually provocative; wanton.
synonyms:
lascivious, lecherous, lewd, licentious, loose, rakish, salacious, wanton
similar words:
abandoned, degenerate, dissipated, immoral, incontinent, libidinous, obscene, perverse, priapic, profligate, randy, sensual, shameless, unchaste, vulgar
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derivation: lubriciously (adv.)