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Use "illicitness" in a sentence
"Rich: "The true perversion, though, is the sense you get that all of this illicitness has been tossed in as a little something for the ladies, out of a justifiable fear, perhaps, that no woman alive would watch otherwise.""
"I will perform a serviceable but unremarkable job, more than sufficient, with the flavor illicitness adds, to satisfy, but unlikely to make the recipient question his or her current relationship."
"But when he and Burris meet in Washington on Wednesday, it is the new junior senator from Illinois who will show up in the stronger position, with Reid being the one who must yield lest his illicitness become too apparent to the public, and too distracting to legislators."