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promiscuous
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The Aeneid
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  • Trojans and Latians vie with like desires To make the field of battle shine with fires, And the promiscuous blaze to heav’n aspires.
  • Still pressing onward, to the walls he drew, Where shafts, and spears, and darts promiscuous flew, And sanguine streams the slipp’ry ground embrue.
  • Now, studious of the sight, a num’rous throng Of either sex promiscuous, old and young, Swarm the town: by those who rest behind, The gates and walls and houses’ tops are lin’d.

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  • She has a reputation as a promiscuous party girl.
  • He acquired genital herpes during a period of promiscuity in his youth.

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