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amorous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishamorousam‧o‧rous /ˈæmərəs/ adjective formal  SEX/HAVE SEX WITHshowing or concerning sexual love She resisted his amorous advances. He was always boasting about his amorous adventures.amorously adverb
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amorousIt was only the amorous affairs that were missing in my case.One of the more unusual pieces is a late Ming amorous couple in ivory, around 4 inches long.The park is a favorite spot for amorous couples.But he did not feel that she looked upon their amorous exchanges as more than innocent dalliance.Admission is $ 4 at the door, leaving plenty of pocket change for amorous pursuits.Where is the proof here of any prior amorous relationship between the defendant and the decedent?amorous adventuresInitially his reaction took the form, from an early age, of a series of not always well-chosen amorous adventures.His amorous adventures, however, were by no means over.
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