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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • The two brigands looked at each other for a moment—the one with a smile of lasciviousness on his lips, the other with the pallor of death on his brow.
  • He took Cucumetto one side, while the young girl, seated at the foot of a huge pine that stood in the centre of the forest, made a veil of her picturesque head-dress to hide her face from the lascivious gaze of the bandits.

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  • lewd and lascivious conduct
  • Faris looks lasciviously at the Illustrian girls.
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