[ US /ˈæmɝəs/ ]
[ UK /ˈæməɹəs/ ]
[ UK /ˈæməɹəs/ ]
inclined toward or displaying love
expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance
a romantic moonlight ride
her amatory affairs
a romantic adventure
How To Use amorous In A Sentence
- His eyes were black too, but had nothing of fierce or insolent; on the contrary, a certain melancholy swimmingness, that described hopeless love rather than a natural amorous languish. The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford — Volume 1
- In the tome, full of glamorous soft-focus pictures of the footballer, he waxes lyrical about the art of seduction, with fish his favourite weapon for luring girlfriends from the dining room to the boudoir.
- I think there would be a certain amount of consensus about that, even amongst the most quixotic and naturally amorous of us.
- Instead, the headquarters are situated in a squat, brick building which seems rather unglamorous for the world of radio.
- The advertisements depict smoking as glamorous and attractive.
- Both men are from Brooklyn, both have children named Satchel, both are basketball fans, devout Knicks supporters, and both have made the clamorous city of New York their sound stage.
- Testing the new bike in the dizzying mountains north of glamorous Monaco, all of these improvements came together beautifully. The Sun
- In theory, this could be a smart strategic move but it is likely to "domesticate" Julian Assange; running such an NGO would require too many boring meetings with potential funders many of whom have already been alienated by the organisation and a nine-to-five office routine - the exact opposite of the glamorous nomadic lifestyle that the founder of WikiLeaks has become famous for. The Guardian World News
- An egomaniacal celebrity author lives in Paris with his glamorous young second wife and his shy and unhappy grown-up daughter from his first marriage.
- The film centres around the amorous adventures/exploits of its handsome hero.