Directly to word page Vague search(google)
Home > Promiscuous in a sentence

Promiscuous in a sentence

  up(0)  down(0)
Sentence count:53+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-09Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: combinedhaphazardindiscriminateloosemixedrandomuncriticalunorganizedSimilar words: promisingcompromiseinnocuousprominentdiscussdiscussioneconomistsumptuousMeaning: [prə'mɪskjʊəs]  adj. 1. not selective of a single class or person 2. casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior. 
Random good picture Not show
1. I suppose I was quite promiscuous in my youth.
2. Pack out really is worse than promiscuous.
3. She is perceived as vain, spoilt and promiscuous.
4. Rumors spread through the school that Jill was promiscuous.
5. The promiscuous princess quickly becomes a pawn.
6. Just by definition, they're going to be promiscuous.
7. I remain, firmly in defence of happily promiscuous hominids.
8. Untamed, they can indulge their short-term and promiscuous male sexuality and many do.
9. Truly promiscuous opportunists would not be too choosy, one would think.
10. One of them once issued an edict against promiscuous kissing on New Year's Day.
11. The most promiscuous species end up a collage of different handicaps, ornaments, and gaudy blotches.
12. Men are promiscuous opportunists at heart and in their fantasies.
13. Promiscuous men are rarely criticized as severely as promiscuous women.
14. She was a dreary, promiscuous, disorganized piece of human driftwood, who kept having babies of dubious provenance.
14. Wish you can benefit from our online sentence dictionary and make progress every day!
15. People are far more promiscuous, It'seems, on foreign holidays.
16. You know the risks of promiscuous sex.
17. Alec know that she was promiscuous and superficial.
18. What, then, does promiscuous sexual intercourse really mean?
19. Don't mistakenly think that all art students are promiscuous.
20. It's an often repeated fallacy that homosexual men have more promiscuous lifestyles than heterosexuals.
21. Public Place My love for public spaces over the years has been more promiscuous.
22. Some have attempted suicide; others have abused drugs or been sexually promiscuous.
23. If anything, pentecostals are generally viewed as being more puritanical than other women, not more promiscuous.
24. Reese is the rich and pampered one, Lane the ambitious one,[] Peyton the promiscuous one.
25. This sounds compelling and attractive but it can be promiscuous as well.
26. No one can say that implacable biology ordains failure, that gay social organization is fixed, promiscuous, and doomed.
27. There are usually more females than males present on an infested person and the males are relatively promiscuous, mating frequently.
28. There would be no donning of a black cap for a promiscuous fourteen-year-old.
29. The survey found that single men aged 18--35 were more promiscuous than any other social group.
30. It sketches the usual story of Meurent, the model who dabbled in painting, who was a lush and promiscuous.
More similar words: promisingcompromiseinnocuousprominentdiscussdiscussioneconomistsumptuoussuperfluousassiduousambiguouscontinuouspromptpromotepromotionprotect fromrescuescuttlesculpturedisccoming innomineeboomingfiscalmisteconomicdominatedominantgloomingdiscern
Total 53, 30 Per page  1/2  «first  next  last»  goto
Leave a comment
Welcome to leave a comment about this page!
Your name:
Latest commentsInto the comment page>>
More words