The quality or condition of being lubricious.(noun)
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Use "lubricity" in a sentence
"After exhausting themselves with every kind of lubricity, they returned to their own room."
"And though the "lubricity" of these poems is free from some ugly features which appear after the Italian wars of the late fifteenth century, it has never been more frankly destitute of shamefacedness."
""What a boy you are, Perce, to go on like that, why you must think I am well up in every kind of lubricity; it has never been my experience, much as I should like to see it."