- lustfull (archaic)
From Middle English lustful, from Old English lustfull (“desirous, wishful”); equivalent to lust + -ful. Cognate with Dutch lustvol (“lustful, lusty”), German lustvoll (“pleasurable”), Swedish lustfyllt (“pleasurable”), Swedish lustfyllda (“lustful”).
- Full of lust; driven by lust.
- 1936, Rollo Ahmed, The Black Art, London: Long, page 161:
- Many of the so-called rites of these secret societies were so patently ridiculous, that it is quite obvious that they were merely an excuse for men and women to indulge in sex-play and lustful gratification, frequently of an abnormal kind.