- steamy + -ness (Wiktionary)
“The play, under Michael John Garces's taut direction, is a gritty depiction of the ritualistic world of gangs in barrios and prisons, and reminiscent in its theatrical bloodiness and steaminess of "Oz," the late 1990s HBO cellblock drama.”
“The purpose here is to make a guy from Grey's Anatomy more known since his steaminess is not as apparent.”
“Something about the randomness of it: a stranger, not just missing a hand, but with an actual hook; a dark parking lot; desire and sex and steaminess in the car I did not think about this until I was a teenager, and then, the paralyzing shock of seeing your lover, killed by some guy with a hook who appears out of nowhere.”
“And not just because of the steaminess; it's a solid tale!”
“Sunny Rio proves as noirish a setting as sunny Los Angeles does for American mystery writers, and Garcia-Roza exploits the Brazilian city's seemliness and steaminess to perfection in tough but sensuous language.”
“Though I imagine NYC hot is related to Florida hot and other types of regional hot, I think NYC hot has a particular uncomfortable steaminess of its own.”
“Some romance writers have SEVERAL different psuedonyms they use depending on the orientation gender and steaminess etc of the piece.”
“I myself felt an oppressive steaminess in the atmosphere which I had not experienced on the higher lands.”
“She was too wretchedly in earnest to be tragic, or gloriously insulted, or anything save dumpy and defenseless and flushed to the red steaminess of a boiled beet.”
“ She was too wretchedly in earnest to be tragic, or gloriously insulted, or anything save dumpy and defenseless and flushed to the red steaminess of a boiled beet.”
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