How Do You Spell LUSTS?

Pronunciation: [lˈʌsts] (IPA)

Lusts is a six-letter word that is spelled as /lʌsts/ in IPA phonetic transcription. The word is pronounced with the first syllable emphasized and a short "u" sound as in "luck". The "s" at the end is pronounced as a voiceless consonant sound. The word refers to strong desires, typically of a sexual nature. Accurate spelling of the word is important to avoid any confusion with similar-sounding words such as "lists" or "lasts".

LUSTS Meaning and Definition

  1. Lusts is a plural noun that refers to intense desires or cravings, typically of a sexual nature. It is often associated with strong and uncontrollable appetites or passions towards another person, characterized by a strong physical or sexual attraction. This term has deep roots in human nature and has been a subject of exploration in various cultural and literary works, as well as religious and philosophical discussions.

    In a broader sense, lusts can also encompass strong desires or cravings for any object, experience, or sensation beyond the realm of sexual desire. These can include materialistic lusts for money, power, or possessions, as well as intensely longing for certain experiences, such as thrill-seeking or adrenaline rushes. Lusts can be seen as powerful and relentless ambitions or urges that consume a person's thoughts and actions, often ignoring moral or ethical considerations.

    However, it should be noted that the connotations of lust are often negative, particularly when it implies excessive or uncontrolled desire devoid of emotional or loving connections. Lust is frequently contrasted with more balanced or moderate forms of desire, emphasizing the importance of a deeper emotional and spiritual connection between individuals.

Common Misspellings for LUSTS

Etymology of LUSTS

The word "lusts" derives from the Old English term "lust", which can be traced back to the Old High German word "lust", meaning "desire" or "pleasure". The Old High German term itself likely stems from the Proto-Germanic word "lustuz", also meaning "desire" or "pleasure". The etymology of "lusts" ultimately relates to the idea of intense or unrestrained desire, particularly of a sexual nature.

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Conjugate verb Lusts


I would lust
we would lust
you would lust
he/she/it would lust
they would lust


I will lust
we will lust
you will lust
he/she/it will lust
they will lust


I will have lusted
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you will have lusted
he/she/it will have lusted
they will have lusted


I lusted
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he/she/it lusted
they lusted


I had lusted
we had lusted
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they had lusted


I lust
we lust
you lust
he/she/it lusts
they lust


I have lusted
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they have lusted
I am lusting
we are lusting
you are lusting
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I was lusting
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I will be lusting
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