1. the arousal of feelings of sexual desire
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How To Use amativeness In A Sentence

  • There may be some doubt whether the function called amativeness is located in the cerebellum at all; at least, it is perfectly certain that amativeness is not the exclusive function of the cerebellum. Plain Facts for Old and Young
  • But the external and internal environments were not favorable for the students'amativeness.
  • He had enough of amativeness to give him a proper appreciation of women and the delights of sociability, but his love manifested itself more through the intellect than the passions, and his social nature was of that diffusive character which manifests itself in the formation of popular attachment rather than exclusive friendships. How to Become Rich A Treatise on Phrenology, Choice of Professions and Matrimony
  • How should she know that his indifference was often a victory over himself, as his amativeness was a defeat? The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes
  • That's it," said Mrs. Gubbins; "they call it number one, sometimes; I suppose amativeness is Latin for number one. Handy Andy, Volume One A Tale of Irish Life, in Two Volumes
  • The tragedy of amativeness not only made the author alsothe topic for discussing nowadays.
  • The boys undergraduate stress source involve worry of obtaining employment , the degree of leaning intensity , amativeness matters , health condition etc.
  • They were those of a woman endowed with an abundance of health and energy, eyes that were full of what the old character readers used to call "amativeness," denoting a nature capable of intense passion, whether of love or hate. Gold of the Gods
  • Firstly, in that society, "Ceremony does not descend to the common people", so free love was widespread among the folk, and many poems were about amativeness, missing each other, sweat date etc.
  • The world shows that while women have more philoprogenitiveness, men have more amativeness; otherwise the latter would not propose and would nurse the doll and baby. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
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