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1. licentious

adjective. ['laɪˈsɛntʃəs'] lacking moral discipline; especially sexually unrestrained.

Antonyms

  • moral

Etymology

  • licentiosus (Latin)
  • licentia (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Licentious

  • righteous

Example sentences of the word licentious


1. Adjective
Since rebellion is often a huge aspect of a teenager's life, it is not shocking that teens often use licentious or shocking fashion to rebel against their parents, their classmates, and/or society.

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