Smoothness, slipperiness, instability, obscene or unchaste behaviour.
They have vegetable extracts to replace lanolin, sunscreens to protect hair from UV radiation, polysacharides to increase lubricity and glycol esters to remove "build-up".
David Newnham, Guardian, 15 September 2001. Guardian
To his Italian origin Zola owed not only the moralistic scope of his literary ambition, but the depth and strength of his personal conscience, capable of the austere puritanism which underlies the so-called immoralities of his books, and incapable of the peculiar lubricity which we call French, possibly to distinguish it from the lubricity of other people rather than to declare it a thing solely French.
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