Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a voluptuous manner; with free indulgence in sensual pleasures; luxuriously; sensually: as, to live voluptuously.
- adv. In a voluptuous manner.
- adv. in a shapely and voluptuous manner
- adv. in an indulgently voluptuous manner
- voluptuous + -ly (Wiktionary)
“And the contemporary focus includes some seductive objects that resonate with earlier pieces, such as a voluptuously curved jar of glistening micaceous clay by Lonnie Vigil of the Nambe Pueblo, displayed near a superb assortment of more traditional Pueblo pottery.”
“Ms. Lane herself elegantly stripped, but Ms. Von Teese literally took the audience's breath away with her voluptuously frolicsome splashing in the giant martini glass of her Cointreauversial number.”
“Mr. Hollinghurst holds a cracked mirror to his fictional world—the narrative is broken into five jaggedly connected and richly ironic sections—but the formal complexity is wedded to voluptuously descriptive prose that would not have been out of place in the London of 1913, where the book begins.”
“They curve and bulge voluptuously, and the artists, or whatever one chooses to call them, used the contours to lend depth to the paintings.”
“The ceramics here are of a very high quality – often voluptuously beautiful – and this simple, serious archaeological encounter demonstrates that this museum is far from selling its intellectual soul.”
“In Michèle Roberts's fictional world, sensory experience presses voluptuously upon the reader's attention.”
“Zawe Ashton as Salome, dancing to a ghetto blaster and voluptuously kissing the severed head, suggests an adolescent in the grip of fierce erotic imaginings.”
“The most visually striking aspect of the movie is its many shifts in visual styles, from the rich and voluptuously curvy musical sections, to the stop-motion-inspired shadow puppet narration sequences, to the squiggly interludes from your personal life.”
“So, until this talented, brilliant, voluptuously coiffed man has his show back, we shall offer him our screens.”
“However, supporters of Carfagna point out that, aside from appearing topless in calendars and voluptuously underdressed as the eye-candy on one of Berlusconi's TV channels, the young woman from Salerno has a law degree and is an accomplished swimmer, dancer and pianist.”
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