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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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sensuoussen‧su‧ous /ˈsenʃuəs/ adjective  1 HBHSEXYpleasing to your senses the sensuous feeling of silk on her skin sensuous music2 ASEXY literary attractive in a sexual way full sensuous lips a beautiful and sensuous young womansensuously adverbsensuousness noun [uncountable]
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sensuousThe shadowy interior is a sensuous baroque mix of gilt and candle wax.She heard his soft and sensuous chuckle float on the moonbeams behind her.Then she took my hand, a sensuous moment.His closely shaven face was tense and his usually sensuous mouth set in a grim line.We saw a performance of Wagner's sensuous opera, "Tristan und Isolde."With its sensuous silver curves and irresistible navigation button, lovers of gadgets will find this the ultimate object of desire.a rich sensuous smellThe most striking characteristic of Morris's designs is a sensuous vitality derived from his deep love of nature.
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