Definition of lewd:
- Belonging to the lower classes, or the rabble; idle and lawless; bad; vicious.
- Given to the promiscuous indulgence of lust; dissolute; lustful; libidinous.
- Not clerical; laic; laical; hence, unlearned; simple.
- Suiting, or proceeding from, lustfulness; involving unlawful sexual desire; as, lewd thoughts, conduct, or language.
sexy, romantic, passionate, incontinent, dingy, rakish, repulsive, modest, refined, crude, salty, reprobate, porny, unchaste, grungy, repugnant, sex, racy, indecent, abhorrent, off-color, dirty, libidinous, salacious, goatish, pure, suggestive, barnyard, voluptuous, questionable, gross, hot, libertine, blue, ribald, gutter, scandalous, gamy, animal, unclean, coarse, lubricious, satyric, X-rated, nasty, unbridled, stag, taboo, scatological, intimate, polluted, loose, chaste, immodest, dissolute, off, wanton, filthy, spicy, risqu√©, vulgar, raunchy, unconventional, unladylike, pornographic, ungentlemanly, shameless, unregenerate, smutty, hypersexual, scurrilous, sadistic, detestable, unprintable, trashy, locker-room, lustful, decent, Fescennine, grimy, sexual, beastly, corrupt, indelicate, lascivious, foul, begrimed, impure, broad, amative, depraved, incestuous, immoral, obscene, profligate, profane, vile, grubby, naughty, itchy, amorous, scatologic, bawdy.
- "Psychology and Social Sanity", Hugo MŁnsterberg.
- "Poems & Ballads (First Series)", Algernon Charles Swinburne.
- "Pretty Michal", M√≥r J√≥kai.