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- adv. In a sensuous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a sensuous manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with aesthetic gratification or delight
Fat old Cardinal Wolsey, the self-enriching arch-minister of Henry's early years, is present in the form of an unflattering portrait, with thick, sensuously repellent red lips.
As you'll read and hear if you follow the links in my interview with Jonathan Harvey, you'll discover how he fuses electronics with acoustic instruments more seamlessly and sensuously than pretty well any other composer around.
Walker, after the Super Bowl victory, bathed himself sensuously in the team's triumph, declaring at a public ceremony that February was now Packers Month.
"The Gypsy Fortune Teller" is of an alluring Gypsy girl sensuously stroking the hand of her well dressed patron as unbeknownst to him she is removing his ring.
The whole site, with its curvaceous rooflines that sensuously create a new landscape, is undoubtedly beautiful.
He stood erect, seeing wide-eyed the secrecy of the scene and sensuously inhaling the warm, sweet breath of the cãnon-garden through nostrils that dilated and quivered with delight.
He was thrumming, the muscles of his torso flexing sensuously beneath her.
Reflect this within a kissing scene; slowly, sensuously where the couple see one another in a different way afterwards.
Darkside is a new duo project helmed by Nicolas Jaar , a disarmingly talented 21-year-old who approaches the medium of electronic music as something soulfully and sensuously new.
But what I saw when I was in America for a brief spell, teachingand what I hope to see again when I visit Rome for a few monthsis how sensuously nostalgic your writing becomes when you're away.
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