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- adv. In a bawdy manner; lewdly or obscenely with humorous intent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Obscenely; lewdly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a bawdy manner; obscenely; lewdly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a bawdy manner
“Ke ke ke ke,” she sang bawdily, lifting up the hem of her dress, gyrating lasciviously.
The film pays loving tribute to the striking machinists at Ford's motor plant via the vehicle of the bawdily unreconstructed class-war farce, referencing everything from The Rag Trade to the Boulting brothers 'I'm All Right, Jack to Carry On at Your Convenience.
No one wants anything feminine, unless it is bawdily so, like defending a woman's rights to show her naked body in public or something.
To test this, simply think of some particularly bawdily outrageous title for adults and try imagine it being put on a highschool reading list.
A round of laughter erupted when someone bawdily suggested a connection between the two subjects.
C, teh ting eez, ewe shud naot apply enneh fisy… feesi… bawdily discomfurt too teh kitteh.
She is equally capable of defending her marriage, jesting bawdily with Iago, and responding with dignity to Othello's incomprehensible jealousy.
They jest bawdily about men's sexual anatomies; Iras, when asked amusedly where she would choose to have her 'inch of fortune', replies, 'Not in my husband's nose'.
Unlike Angela, she herself never verbally tendered evidence of the versatile range of amatory experiences her roommate and best friend had bawdily claimed for them both.
"I think we'd better go now, " he said, so she made excuses to the other girls, who teased her bawdily.