bawdry (Meaning)

Wordnet

bawdry (n)

lewd or obscene talk or writing

Webster

bawdry (n.)

The practice of procuring women for the gratification of lust.

Illicit intercourse; fornication.

Obscenity; filthy, unchaste language.

bawdry Sentence Examples

  1. The bawdry of the play shocked the unsuspecting audience.
  2. The politician's bawdry comments drew immediate criticism.
  3. The novel was banned for its excessive bawdry.
  4. The comedian's routine was filled with lewd bawdry.
  5. The artist's exhibition included several bawdry paintings.
  6. The film's characters engaged in overt bawdry.
  7. The poem contained vulgar and bawdry language.
  8. The writer's bawdry prose was met with controversy.
  9. The television show was criticized for its gratuitous bawdry.
  10. The website featured a collection of bawdry videos.

FAQs About the word bawdry

lewd or obscene talk or writingThe practice of procuring women for the gratification of lust., Illicit intercourse; fornication., Obscenity; filthy, unchaste la

expletive, vulgarism, language, dirty word, obscenity, swear, profanity,scurrility, cussword,cuss

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The bawdry of the play shocked the unsuspecting audience.

The politician's bawdry comments drew immediate criticism.

The novel was banned for its excessive bawdry.

The comedian's routine was filled with lewd bawdry.