[ UK /sˈɛnsjuːəs/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛnʃəwəs/ ]
  1. taking delight in beauty
    the sensuous joy from all things fair
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How To Use sensuous In A Sentence

  • This is a world of fabulous richness and sensuous pleasure. Times, Sunday Times
  • We do not think that something is beautiful merely to me, in the way that we might say that some things just happen to give me sensuous pleasure.
  • One step advanced beyond this, Jerry's uttermost, the folk of Somo, from the contemplation of death, had achieved concepts of the spirits of the dead still living in immaterial and supersensuous realms. Chapter 15
  • For a sensuous bath, try sandalwood, rose, ylang-ylang, patchouli, neroli or jasmine.
  • It is a beautiful opera, full of lush arias, sensuous waltzes, and an intriguing amount of transvestism.
  • Such men are the dwellers in the halls of Circean senses; they can appreciate only the sensuous. The Continental Monthly, Vol. III, No. V, May, 1863 Devoted to Literature and National Policy
  • It's a typically riotous mix of oompah music-hall cavortings, slurred-pitch Middle Eastern rhapsodising, luxuriously sensuous clarinet love-songs, and stormy collective blasts reminiscent of the 1960s John Coltrane quartet. Gilad Atzmon Orient House Ensemble: The Tide Has Changed
  • The touch of the sea sensuous, enfolding the body in its soft, close embrace.
  • A sensuous massage will help you feel wanted and will help him relax. The Sun
  • Then devote yourselves to relaxing together and maybe sharing a sensuous massage. The Sun
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