from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as erotic.

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  • adjective obsolete erotic


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  • Is it some sort of erotical thing or a thing you have to do in this scene, like make trackstand for at leat 30sek to be allowed to buy a shirt as seen here:

    Enhanced Performance: Oiling the Squeaky Wheel

  • But that would be contradictory to his appearance, [which] was assumed as very erotical.

    The Outing Of Adolf

  • Burned with the flame of the vernal erotical rapture,

    The Stranger at the Gate

  • Im an experimented woman, erotical, playful, very feminine and able.


  • That ultimate pornographic image in particular, the authors write, "is an erotical illusion that merges the visual with the psychological" and that juxta­poses "three sexual cues within a single stimulus: the penis (a visual cue), the ejaculation (which may be a sperm competition cue or possibly a cued interest in some men), and - most important - the woman's emotional reaction, which may be a psychological cue of female pleasure (if she expresses delight) or a psychological cue of sexual submission (if she expresses surprise or dismay)."

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