1. stimulating sexual desire
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How To Use aphrodisiacal In A Sentence

  • As far as its 'aphrodisiacal' qualities, K3 made me want to pass out, not bang. The Pitch | Complete Issue
  • No, it's the sheer aphrodisiacal quality of it all. True love among the leotards lifts Britain's 2012 wrestling hopes | Marina Hyde
  • The bird nests are wrongly believed to have aphrodisiacal value and removed.
  • As food historian Andrew F. Smith shows in "Potato: A Global History" Reaktion, 142 pages, $15.95 , even the lowly spud packs a lot of colorful history, including a fleeting aphrodisiacal reputation: It was described by one 16th-century British writer as a lust-enhancing "venerous root. Single Servings
  • A fingernail scraping of ambergris dissolved in water, then added to the sauce, is credited with aphrodisiacal powers - which might help explain its price of ninety dollars per ounce.
  • Not only are oysters reportedly aphrodisiacal - Casanova famously feasted on them every day - they are a sensuous, zinc-rich texture food full of squelchy, salty juiciness.
  • The drugs produce highs and aphrodisiacal effects and have also been known to cause death.
  • Throw a tax cut their way, the argument goes, and like lovers haplessly lost to the aphrodisiacal effects of ground rhino horn, they'll be putty in your hands.
  • Poetry has long held nearly aphrodisiacal qualities, when employed properly -- that is, when it truly comes from the heart. Mark C. Miller: Pillow Talk: A User's Guide
  • Millennium People" presents a parallel-reality London convulsed by revolution and terrorism, but the novel is also about the sterility of modern comforts and the aphrodisiacal thrill of rebellion. 'The Bonfire Of the Volvos'
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