Lu*bric"i*ty (?), n. [L. lubricitas: cf. F. lubricit'e.]

1.

Smoothness; freedom from friction; also, property, which diminishes friction; as, the lubricity of oil.

Ray.

2.

Slipperiness; instability; as, the lubricity of fortune.

L'Estrange.

3.

Lasciviousness; propensity to lewdness; lewdness; lechery; incontinency.

Sir T. Herbert.

As if wantonness and lubricity were essential to that poem. Dryden.

 

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