sensuously

ADVERB
  1. with aesthetic gratification or delight
    sensuously delighting in the wine and food
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How To Use sensuously In A Sentence

  • The actual constructions, however, foregrounded human endeavor in the crisply minimal forms and sensuously smooth surfaces of medium density fiberboard.
  • The change of the arrangement of the hair from the sensuously spilling curls of the Venus to the modest chignon of a Diana produces the same fateful tension embodied in the simultaneously modest and revealing drapery.
  • The actual constructions, however, foregrounded human endeavor in the crisply minimal forms and sensuously smooth surfaces of medium density fiberboard.
  • His thumb rubbed sensuously along the swollen lower lip while his other hand undid his belt buckle.
  • His thumb rubbed sensuously along the swollen lower lip while his other hand undid his belt buckle.
  • Otherwise, there were yielding green figs in winey, citrusy syrup, with a faultless vanilla ice-cream liquefying sensuously into it.
  • sensuously delighting in the wine and food
  • The speaker is able to engage sensuously with the brilliant carp, nature's highlights, only if the reach of nature into darker places where dwell the suckerfish, the ‘drainers of dregs, drab makers of clarity’ are set in Jungian balance.
  • His thumb rubbed sensuously along the swollen lower lip while his other hand undid his belt buckle.
  • An incomprehensible expression irradiated her face, and she seemed to be brooding sensuously on some private hoard of satisfaction. The Judge
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