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- adj. erotic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as 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:
But that would be contradictory to his appearance, [which] was assumed as very erotical.
Burned with the flame of the vernal erotical rapture,
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)."