[ UK /ˈæmətəɹˌi/ ]
  1. expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance
    a romantic moonlight ride
    her amatory affairs
    amorous glances
    a romantic adventure
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How To Use amatory In A Sentence

  • Secondly, irritating, defamatory and derogatory comments left at this site by visitors will be deleted.
  • Can teachers sue administrators for defamatory statements made in letters of recommendation or on evaluation forms?
  • The music's expression ranges from declamatory to lyrical.
  • Posting of slanderous, libelous, abusive or defamatory material is totally prohibited.
  • It has to be recognized that going after al-Qaeda in Pakistan, whether by us directly or through Pakistani proxies, is itself inflamatory. The Last Shall Be The First Tonight | ATTACKERMAN
  • To say she over-emoted is defamatory understatement. Actress, Seductress
  • Valery conveys a sense of the viewer's charged state and the imminent darkness in his exclamatory tones, alternating lines with choppy rhythms with those that hurtle towards their close.
  • A statement that a police officer is under is investigation is no doubt defamatory, but the sting in the libel is not as sharp as the statement that he has by his conduct brought suspicion on himself.
  • Avoid using words, but an occasional one-word exclamatory e.g., Victory! is okay. The Elegant Solution
  • Each piece of correspondence reads like a love letter, breathless and exclamatory.
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