Definition of lewdness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈlo͞odnəs/ /ˈludnəs/

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‘They don't even complain about the lewdness and promiscuity being displayed on the so-called soap operas.’
  • ‘Official charges are public indecency and public lewdness.’
  • ‘As the member of a women's club that constantly crusades against public lewdness and drinking - the same club that got the science teacher fired - she believes that sex should never be discussed in the home.’
  • ‘A line could and should easily be drawn, however, when these companies resort to nonsensical double entendres involving lewdness and obscenity.’
  • ‘Greek officers visited Lancashire this summer as part of a project with the county's police to help them cut back on violence, lewdness and other drunken behaviour in the resort.’