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sensuous (also: amatory, carnal, concupiscent, erotic, luscious, prurient, sensational, sensual, voluptuous)
expand_more Akkor senki se képzelte a gyerekeket érzéki gerjedelmektől mentes ártatlanoknak.
Minden érzéki élményt átváltoztatok tisztasággá és szépséggé.
- Pontosan, mint A földi gyönyörök kertje, az a buja, érzéki paradicsom!
sensuous (also: affective, delicate, irritable, responsive, sensible, sensitive, sentient, susceptible, tender, touchy)
A kékes fényben játszó acél makulátlan volt, a diófa tusa pedig határozottan érzékeny volt puritán egyszerűségében.
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EnglishNobody then thought children were innocent of sensuous pleasures.
EnglishExactly, like Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, that kind of lus- cious sensuous paradise!
EnglishPerhaps his sensuous early poetry, the Amores, was considered to be a bad influence.
EnglishThe great electronic whine and the sudden loss of gravity gave him a faint sensuous pleasure.
EnglishShe was something fit for the most lavish palace of the imagination; something both sensuous and divine.
EnglishI would turn all sensuous experiences to goodness and purity.
EnglishMa chere Maquine, sensors do not a sensuous being make.
EnglishThe blued steel was immaculate, and the walnut stock was positively sensuous in its honeyed purity.
EnglishDuring his friendship with her late father, Alan Gerrard had frequently met Tess when she was a teenaged, gangly, sensuous tomboy.
EnglishThe sky and the sea to the west were raven meeting crow, as feathery smooth and sensuous and inviting as death.
EnglishWith his sensuous mouth, as though sampling the contents of a bonbon box, he had savoured the words blow your brains out.
EnglishIt was sensuous again, it was beautiful.
EnglishHigh above them on a ledge, its huge jaws open in sensuous languor, a rock-lizard slept half-lidded in the sun.
EnglishThere were lemon trees, and many a marble statue of a lazy, sensuous god or goddess, round which flowers grew in rich purple or blue.
EnglishThe limit of length in relation to dramatic competition and sensuous presentment is no part of artistic theory.
EnglishWings, longer than his mans form was tall, swept from his shoulders, caressing the air like the fingers of the most sensuous of lovers.
EnglishWould we choose tropical islands on which to play our sensuous games, to do our dances and fall into our spells of dancing and singing?
EnglishTo be sensuous is to be mortal.
EnglishThe smile faded, replaced by a look so sensuous and compelling as to cause Wil to forget momentarily what it was that he was about.
EnglishThat sensuous, mesmerizing voice.
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