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concupiscence

concupiscence. XIV — (O)F. — late L. concupiscentia, f. prp. stem of concupiscere, inceptive of concupere, f. CON- + cupere desire; see -ENCE.

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concupiscence

con·cu·pis·cence / känˈkyoōpisəns; kən-/ • n. formal strong sexual desire.

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concupiscence

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