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  • adverb In an arousing manner.


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arousing +‎ -ly


  • Mmm, you're probably unshaven and unwashed, adding that alluring touch of 200-grit facial abrasiveness and heady man-musk to your already arousingly cynical countenance!

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  • Indeed, it's our memory of Sarno's film, with its arousingly percussive score, that pointed out the inadequacy of MACUMBA SEXUAL's anemic and overly aerated synth score, which does nothing to communicate the power of Tara's effectively staged macumba rite or to resonate with any of the bizarre African nick-nacks adorning her desert lair.

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  • And then it wasn't just his fingers that were moving arousingly against her, and the need to have him inside her overwhelmed every other consideration and she moved eagerly and enticingly against him, wanting to feel the male strength of him filling the empty ache inside her.

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  • His callouses scratched her slightly, arousingly, as he shivered.

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  • There, he became distracted by the heart-shaped roundness of her bottom, so arousingly defined by the clinging fabric.

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