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  • adj. Not erotic.


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non- +‎ erotic


  • “I love you too,” he shoots back, “And I mean that in a nonerotic, but powerful way.”

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  • It was so completely nonerotic, Myra felt an additional layer of relief.


  • Lydia gave him a look in which he thought he could recognize a certain nonerotic tenderness, something not all that familiar to him even as a young boy with a widowed mother who had been in fashion in her era.

    The Houseguest

  • Her friendship with Audrey was conspicuously nonerotic, to the degree that Molly eschewed all physical contact, even to the shaking of hands.

    The Houseguest

  • The expressionists, finally, pitted their own brand of emotional but, characteristically, nonsensuous and nonerotic subjectivism against the imitative art of the nineteenth century.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • O.K., if it was very familiar sex with a very familiar partner, the kind that--truth be told--you probably have most of the time, your mind may have wandered off to such decidedly nonerotic matters as balancing your checkbook or planning your week. Top Stories

  • Her husband furthermore was now proving inexhaustible, he who formerly had come and gone so briskly, and even in her somnolence she was undergoing a series of intensities, each nearer the edge of paroxysm than the last, and had each not been accompanied by more distracting pain of a nonerotic nature, she might have expired of pleasure … but the fact remained that while he made “love,” he was mutilating the skin of her back and buttocks with bladelike fingernails and then, without disengaging at the pelvis, managed to writhe into a position in which his teeth were embedded in a sizable piece of her breast.

    The Houseguest

  • Stacy Dawn: Apple of His Eye (contemporary; mainstream (aka nonerotic)



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