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  • adv. in an erotic manner

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an erotic manner or sense.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an erotic manner


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erotic +‎ -ally


  • What they don’t know is how to get out, how to find each other again erotically, face-to-face.

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  • She recalls their erotically smart crossdressing, he as Queen Cleo, she armed with his sword.

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  • I thought that too, but my CC said "erotically" so I'm not sure now.

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  • But bare breasts, shown "erotically" are commonly shown in their newspapers Page 3 and magazines.

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  • In a world where it is increasingly difficult to be 'erotically' shocking, considerable feats of imagination are required to produce a charge of outrage adequate to his purposes.


  • Clarkson's opening scene, in bed with Kingsley, is the kind of erotically-charged, good-natured depiction of women over 40 that is missing from film.


  • The story of his conversion and the relationship with the white female vampire who turned him is erotically charged.

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  • They saw him looking and smiled, sashaying toward him, licking their lips and sliding their hands over themselves erotically as they did.

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  • Nearly 17 minutes long, the club version of the erotically charged song introduced the 12-inch disco mix.

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  • Though there are a few exceptions -- Louise Bourgeois' erotically charged sculpture, Lee Miller's knockout photographs, and Dorothea Tanning's whimsical paintings.

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