sensuousness

[ UK /sˈɛnsjuːəsnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. a sensuous feeling
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How To Use sensuousness In A Sentence

  • While the sensuousness of the recording's sounds gives it an immediate visceral appeal, it's the manner by which it coheres into a compositional whole that impresses most of all.
  • My colleagues and I were apprehensive, but when we were finally able to get hold of the parts it turned out to be music of incredible sensuousness and vitality.
  • Despite that he knew what he was to see, when he did turn his head and beheld his wife and Sonny, the pair he had seen thieving in the dark, he went suddenly dizzy, and paused, supporting himself with a hand against a pillar, and smiling vacuously at the grouped singing boys who were pulsing the sensuous night into richer sensuousness with their honi kaua wiki-wiki refrain. THE KANAKA SURF
  • The physical daring, coupled with the sensuousness and intimacy, and the feeling of intuitive attunement between these two fascinating dancers, makes Push nearly, but not quite, a triumph.
  • At moments, they have the coiled energy of the martial arts; at other moments, the sensuousness of lovers.
  • It was my impression that Gilbert was giving that fraction of a beat ritard that the Viennese have always demanded in the performance of the classic waltzes, which here added to the sensuousness of the piece. Howard Kissel: Ravel et al. at the Philharmonic
  • Brickwork also has a more tactile and responsive surface texture than concrete, as manifest by the warm sensuousness of the book stack hall.
  • The sensuousness of the metal is reinforced and enhanced by his decorative curvilinear line that creates a virtuoso effect of dramatic splendour.
  • Largely because of such enterprises, American entertainment had become a “welter of sensuousness” and “voluptuous abandonment.” A Renegade History of the United States
  • They brought back a sensuousness and emotionalism to art which had been banished by the puritanism of postmodernist theory.
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