use prurient in a sentence.
Erector sets were around long before the prurient connotations were made.
Do we really need any more prurient speculation over Steve Jobs' health?
UK papers certainly seem to get away with printing a lot of prurient irrelevancies that have no genuine public interest but are obviously damaging to the families of those reported on.
This is not out of prurient interest.
Both extremes (not only prurient nymphomania but also the kind of zealous abstinence you're advocating) are bad.
Bikini pictures are way, way more nude (and prurient) than any breastfeeding picture I've seen, yet that's okay.
Is that related to how the only 'good' search engine would be one that has to charge you per-search lest it be forced to sell your click info and search terms to less prurient interests?
I do think it is a bit silly to want to call the pictures from the scanner NSFW, because they're clearly in the context of speaking about the TSA rather than for any prurient reasons.
There are reasons why researchers are interested in pursuing it as a potentially helpful tool for opium addicts, and focusing on the prurient aspects of a substance is exactly what makes research into _controlled_ therapeutic use of GHB or Cannabis or psilocybin so hard to do in this country.
The ABC interviewer received no such warning, but one can hardly blame that; when an interviewer starts leading into prurient detail about alleged rape like "allegation that you forcibly spread her legs", Assange's reaction of an immediate walk is appropriate, even if the interviewer is oblivious to the impropriety of the question.
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Lots of US people here work in places where these two non-pruriently-posed cartoon nudes, used for a valid illustrative purpose, present no 'safety' problem.
For example, anecdotes about using dating sites are of great prurient interest to hackers, but not Hacker News.
I'd say porn pretty clearly fails the Miller Test, with the possibility for argument of works containing elements relating to the prurient interest being granted clemency under the third criterion, that is: someone may argue that a work containing a subsection that may generally be considered "obscene" should not be considered "obscene" on the whole because of its other literary, artistic, political, or scientific qualities.