sensuality

[ UK /sˌɛnsjuːˈælɪti/ ]
[ US /ˌsɛnˌʃuˈæɫəˌti/ ]
NOUN
  1. desire for sensual pleasures
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How To Use sensuality In A Sentence

  • What has remained a constant through all of his work, however, is its sensuality and eroticism.
  • The nazir offers his hair to God as a symbol that he is sublimating and consecrating his sensuality and sexual energy.
  • And then he saw the smooth mask of Dr. Anderson descend, veiling the vivid sensuality of Joy. THIS TIME LOVE
  • Drawing on Asian traditions that date back centuries, its spa retreats blend romance and serenity with exotic sensuality.
  • There is a very thin line between crude sexuality and sensuality.
  • This _liaison_ was largely sentimental, and marked by a kind of etherealized sensuality. Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2 Sexual Inversion
  • He was exceedingly fanatic and died of sensuality, having first kicked his doctor to death, and he spent his last moments in versifying. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • She was stunned by the early ouster of David Hasselhoff, taken with the pigeon-toed charm of Mike "the Situation" Sorrentino and blown away by the sensuality of Jennifer Grey. Carrie Ann Inaba Opens Up About Dancing With the Stars
  • His works are known for a certain voluptuousness and ripe sensuality, his figures lacking much of the grace and elegance of earlier bijin prints, but emphasizing in their place worldliness and a less disguised or mediated sexuality.
  • Sometimes in life you can feel passion, jealousy, sensuality, loathing, and love.
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