Etymology
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lecherous (adj.)

"prone to indulge in sensuality, lustful, lewd," c. 1300, probably from lecher + -ous; or else from rare Old French adjective lecheros. The nativized form is lickerish. Related: Lecherously; lecherousness.

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Definitions of lecherous

lecherous (adj.)
given to excessive indulgence in sexual activity;
a lecherous good-for-nothing
a lecherous gleam in his eye
From wordnet.princeton.edu