licentious
[lʌɪˈsɛnʃəs]
ADJECTIVE
  1. promiscuous and unprincipled in sexual matters.
    "the ruler's tyrannical and licentious behaviour" ·
    "unlike many of the artists who frequented the Soho scene of the 1960s, he did not lead a licentious life"
    antonyms:
  2. archaic
    disregarding accepted conventions, especially in grammar or literary style.
Origin
late Middle English: from Latin licentiosus, from licentia ‘freedom’.
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unlike many of the artists who frequented the Soho scene of the 1960s, he did not lead a licentious life.
the ruler's tyrannical and licentious behaviour.
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Laguages Translations
Arabic فأجر
Bangla লম্পট
Bosnian (Latin) razuzdan
Bulgarian невъздържан
Cantonese (Traditional) 放肆
Catalan llicenciosa
Chinese Simplified 放肆
Chinese Traditional 放肆
Croatian razuzdan
Czech nevázaný
Danish usædelig
Dutch wellustige
Filipino mapagparayang (lisensiyosa)
Finnish hillitön
French (ADJECTIVE)licencieux
German zügellos
Greek έκφυλος
Hebrew המופקרת
Hindi बेलगाम
Hungarian Szabados
Icelandic leyfum sem
Indonesian jangak
Italian licenzioso
Japanese 勝手気ままです
Kiswahili wanaruhusu
Korean 음탕 한
Latvian izvirtis
Lithuanian pasileidęs
Norwegian Bokmål utsvevende
Polish wyuzdany
Portuguese (ADJECTIVE)licenciosos
Querétaro Otomi licenciosa
Romanian licenţios
Russian распущенного
Serbian (Cyrillic) разуздана
Serbian (Latin) razuzdana
Slovak neviazaný
Spanish (ADJECTIVE)licenciosa
Swedish lössläppt
Tamil விடுதலை உணர்வைக் கடைப்பிடிக்கும்
Telugu లైయింగ్
Thai บัญญัติ
Turkish çapkın
Ukrainian розпущеного
Urdu چنچل
Yucatec Maya licenciosa
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