wanton (adj.) 6
lascivious, lewd, obscene
1H6 III.i.19 [Gloucester to Winchester] Thou art ... / Lascivious, wanton
3H6 I.iv.74 [Queen to York, of his sons] The wanton Edward, and the lusty George
3H6 III.iii.210 [Warwick to Queen, of Edward] matching more for wanton lust than honour
Luc 104 [of Lucrece and Tarquin] Nor could she moralize his wanton sight
Luc 320 [] This glove to wanton tricks / is not inured
Oth I.iii.266 [Othello to all] light-winged toys / Of feathered Cupid seel with wanton dullness / My speculative and officed instruments
R3 I.i.17 [Richard alone] I ... want love's majesty / To strut before a wanton ambling nymph
R3 III.vii.186 [Buckingham to Richard, of Elizabeth and King Edward] [a] widow ... / Made prize and purchase of his wanton eye [F; Q lustfull]
Tem IV.i.95 [Iris to Ceres, of Venus and Cupid] Here thought they to have done / Some wanton charm upon this man and maid
TNK V.i.148 [Emilia praying to Diana] thine ear - ... into whose port / Ne'er entered wanton sound
Ven 809 [Adonis to Venus] Mine ears that to your wanton talk attended / Do burn themselves