Answer: lacking moral restrain
Word Origin late Middle English: from Latin licentiosus from licentia 'freedom'.
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License and licentious come ultimately from the same word in Latin licentia whose meanings ranged from "freedom to act" to "unruly behavior wantonness." The Latin noun was itself derived from the verb licere "to be permitted."
18 synonyms of licentious from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus plus 21 related words definitions and antonyms. Find another word for licentious . Licentious : having a strong sexual desire.
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Licentious definition sexually unrestrained; lascivious; libertine; lewd. See more.
Someone who is licentious behaves or speaks inappropriately usually in regards to sex. What some might call a licentious senior citizen others would simply refer to as "a dirty old man" (or woman). We usually talk...