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Date: 1600-1700
Language: Latin
Origin: sensus; SENSE1

sensuous

adjective
     
Related topics: Arts
sen‧su‧ous
1HBH pleasing to your senses:
the sensuous feeling of silk on her skin
sensuous music
2A literary attractive in a sexual way:
full, sensuous lips
a beautiful and sensuous young woman
sensuously adverb
sensuousness noun [uncountable]

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