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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of sensualize.

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Examples

  • But I guess robot ass sells better than sensualized heart keyholes; more's the pity.

    Book Cover Smackdown! Terminal World vs. The Alchemy of Stone

  • Inside a heavily curtained fourth-floor dance studio is a male-only class specializing in "Hot Nude Yoga," a form of sensualized tantric yoga practiced nude.

    Hot Nude Yoga Spreads Across The Country

  • Inside a heavily curtained fourth-floor dance studio is a male-only class specializing in "Hot Nude Yoga," a form of sensualized tantric yoga practiced nude.

    Hot Nude Yoga Spreads Across The Country

  • It was the face of an ascetic Crusader, sensualized in a measure by years of isolated frontier service and its attendant vices and degeneration, but still a face full of the noble melancholy of a

    The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier

  • When the literary class betray a destitution of faith, it is not strange that society should be disheartened and sensualized by unbelief.

    XVI. Essays. New England Reformers. A Lecture Read before the Society in Amory Hall on Sunday, March 3, 1844

  • The flower of successful womanhood -- those who have bargained shrewdly -- are to be found overfed, overdressed, sensualized, in great hotels, on mammoth steamers and luxurious trains, rushing hither and thither on idle errands.

    Together

  • The study of medicine, combined with the ardor of youthful revolt and the seductions of a new bohemian life, had so sensualized the mind of Schiller that, for a brief period in his career, he found pleasure in exploiting the indecent.

    The Life and Works of Friedrich Schiller

  • These odors of the hinano and tiare were philters worthy of the beautiful Tahitian girls, with their sinuous, golden bodies so sensualized, so passionate, and so free.

    Mystic Isles of the South Seas.

  • IT has been said of the Persians that in their zeal to purify the sensualized faiths which everywhere prevailed they manifested a decided "repugnance to the worship of images, beasts, or symbols, while they sought to establish the worship of the only true creative force, or God -- Holy Fire."

    The God-Idea of the Ancients

  • Although the grosser elements in human nature were rapidly assuming a more intensely aggressive attitude, and although the higher principles involved in an earlier religion were in a measure forgotten, it is evident that at this time humanity had not become wholly sensualized, and that the lower propensities and appetites had not assumed dominion over the reasoning faculties.

    The God-Idea of the Ancients

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