Lewd [adjective]

Definition of Lewd:

vulgar, indecent

Opposite/Antonyms of Lewd:

Sentence/Example of Lewd:

The news came as a shock, she said, because as The Post uncovered the lewd videos and reported on the NFL investigation, top managers had assured them in meetings that they were valued members of the organization.

These fellows had their pipes and cigars going; they were full of fun, and yet Jim could not hear an oath or a lewd word.

For the temple was full of the riot and revellings of the Gentiles: and of men lying with lewd women.

At times he actually invited lewd confidences though making every pretence of anger when they were imparted to him.

I was therefore conducted to this house, which was filled partly with sick people, partly with a lewd rabble.

One of my companions seized her by the arm with a lewd jest, when all at once Rimnez stepped between.

The rustic god was smiling with a lewd expression, arching his hairy breast and thrusting his abdomen forward.

These later may as well pretend their Vocation for a Lewd practise as the other.

Most say, the steed's a goodly thing, But all agree, 'tis a lewd King.

In publick, a serious and solemn hypocrite; in private, a ridiculous and lewd buffoon.