Word of the week: Lubricious

Lubricious (adjective)
[loo-brish-uh s]

According to the book 500 Words Your Should Know: “Another word for lewd, lascivious or indeed libidinous, though this is more formal than any of them. It's from the same Latin root as lubricate and lubricant, with their implications of slipperiness and reducing friction. Enough said, don't you think?”

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