ribaldry

  1. ribald humor
  2. behavior or language bordering on indelicacy

Ribaldry

Sex is presented in ribald material more for the purpose of poking fun at the foibles and weaknesses that manifest themselves in human sexuality, rather than to present sexual stimulation either excitingly or artistically. Also, ribaldry may use sex as a metaphor to illustrate some non-sexual concern, in which case ribaldry may verge on the territ...
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Ribaldry

• (n.) The talk of a ribald; low, vulgar language; indecency; obscenity; lewdness; -- now chiefly applied to indecent language, but formerly, as by Chaucer, also to indecent acts or conduct.
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ribaldry

noun ribald humor
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Ribaldry

Rib'ald·ry noun [ Middle English ribaldrie , ribaudrie , Old French ribalderie , ribauderie .] The talk of a ribald; low, vulgar language; indecency; obscenity; lewdness; -- now chiefly applied to indecent language, but formerly, as by Chaucer, also to indecent acts or condu...
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Ribaldry

coarse jesting
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ribaldry

ribald humor
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ribaldry

ribald humor
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ribaldry

[n] - ribald humor
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