lubricious

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Latin lubricus (slippery)

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lubricious (comparative more lubricious, superlative most lubricious)

  1. smooth and glassy; slippery
  2. lewd, wanton, salacious or lecherous
    • 1986, John le Carré, A Perfect Spy:
      Lubricious bank managers and building society chairmen who have never danced before throw off their jackets, confess to barren lives and worship Rick the giver of their sun and rain.

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