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sensual

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsensualsen‧su‧al /ˈsenʃuəl/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 HBHrelating to the feelings of your body rather than your mind 🔊 the sensual pleasure of good food2 SEXYinterested in or making you think of physical pleasure, especially sexual pleasure 🔊 the faint smile on his sensual mouth 🔊 a sensual womansensually adverbsensuality /ˌsenʃuˈæləti/ noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
sensualShe's so sensual, Alice indignantly thought.Such sophistication demands faces as strong and sensual as the fabrics.What she wanted from Luke Hunter was not a few months' - or even a few years' - sensual companionship.As Pamela walked towards them Tim stroked his wife's arm in a long, slow, sensual gesture.Like a cat, Constance luxuriated in its sensual heat.Furthermore, Western cultures prioritise the visual over other sensual impressions.sensual lipsShe loved the sensual pleasures of taking care of a baby.A majority of Americans think that women are more sensual than men.Love, and the sensual world, are the themes that dominate Between the Covers.
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