Lechery [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Lechery:

The frame of his bed is of fine sapphires blended with gold, to make him sleep well, and to refrain him from lechery.

No, he concluded with healthy disgust, he was not that most sickening tribute to lechery, an old vein yawning for transfusion.

Perfyte Chastitee forsably feichtis aganis Lechery throu the remembraunce of God and his commandementis.

But, when he is dealing with lechery and corruption, the undercurrent of disgust seems to become audible.

Now reigneth pride in price, and covetise is counted wise, and lechery withouten shame, and gluttony withouten blame.

As Shakespere says: "Lechery it provokes and unprovokes; it provokes the desire but it takes away the performance."

The tipsy Talbot and Berwick, exasperated at the heroine's resistance, give a loose to the fury of unsatisfied lechery.

Thirdly, The ardour of lechery is very much subdued and mated by frequent labour and continual toiling.

Lechery and gambling are two of his vices, and the third is drinking.

The seventh is goat-drunk, when in his drunkenness he hath no mind but on lechery.