Concupiscence

Con·cu'pis·cence noun [ French, from Latin concupiscentia .] Sexual lust; morbid carnal passion. « Concupiscence like a pestilence walketh in darkness. Horne. »
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Concupiscence

• (n.) Sexual lust; morbid carnal passion.
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concupiscence

concupiscence 1. Strong sexual desire; which is associated with Cupid, the Roman god of love. 2. Powerful feelings of physical desire. 3. To desire ardently; especially, sexual desire.
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Concupiscence

(Lat. con + cupere, to desire wholly or altogether) Desire for pleasure or delight of the senses; as such it is a desire which is natural, necessary and proper to man. But when this desire operates independently of, or contrary to the right rule of reason, then concupiscence is a bad habit or vice, contrary to nature, and thus opposed to the virtu....
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Concupiscence

Concupiscence (from the Latin: con-, with + cupi, cupid - desire + -escere - suffix denoting beginning of a process or state) is an ardent, usually sensual, longing. In Catholic theology, concupiscence has the name `Fomes peccati`, as the selfish human desire for an object, person, or experience. For Christians, concupiscence is what they unders.....
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concupiscence

strong desire, appetite or lust
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