Did you perchance mean pruinescence?
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“Their periphescence existed simultaneously with a less passionate stage of pair bonding.”
“She walked to the window, leaving the periphescence behind, and the breeze from the valley cooled her down.”
“The state of periphescence, however, is well known.”
“In his presidential address at the annual convention of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality in 1968 (held that year in Mazatlán among lots of suggestive piñatas), Dr. Luce introduced the concept of “periphescence.””
“Still, I have to insist: to Desdemona periphescence felt like a lake of warmth flooding up from her abdomen and across her chest.”
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Gleanings from Jeffrey Eugenides' 2002 book of that title.
Cute, sentimental, blush-worthy, and a little bit dorky.
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