From Middle English lustful, from Old English lustfull (“desirous, wishful"), equivalent to lust +"Ž -ful. Cognate with Dutchlustvol (“lustful, lusty"), Germanlustvoll (“pleasurable"), Swedishlustfyllt (“pleasurable"), Swedishlustfyllda (“lustful").
It was not the hard, fast, lustful connection he felt with his first mate, but a deeper connection.
But who could recognize in the cruel and lustful popes of later days - in John XII.
At his hesitation and the heated, lustful look he gave her, Sofia's mouth dropped open.
All the time she was eating, Gladys prattled on about her magnificent dreams of the snow-covered landscape of faraway planets and the lustful urges of their alien inhabitants.
Men ask themselves why their gods are worshipped in the form of beasts, birds, and fishes; why their gods are said to have prosecuted their amours in bestial shapes; why they are represented as lustful and passionate - thieves, robbers, murderers and adulterers.