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- n. The quality of being sensual; sensuality.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Sensuality; fleshliness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Sensual character; sensuality.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. desire for sensual pleasures
Fire & Memory: On Architecture & Energy by Luiz Fernando-Galiano, translated by Gina Carino–kind of like a spanish Juhani Pallasma,; this book first opened me up to the sensualness of buildings. buildings radiate energy, and should be not only touched but caressed.
"There's a big difference between sensualness and sleazy," says spokesman Seth Jacobson.
Scarlet, composed of red and blue, is the color of pride, defiance, temper flashes, sharpness of tongue, and sensualness.
Long black hair against the creaminess of her skin; her face always something of joy, sensualness, or serenity-
Actually McKillip is in the Calvino mode only in the way she loves the sensualness of the surroundings she writes about.
It's not just the size my friend, it's also the sensualness, the presence and the charisma.
Like the idea that love is finally recognised and attacked by the strings of the universe which combines all life … sensualness is a part of this love, or was this all to make people of earth understand this?
He remembered the elevating effect of his love for Mavis, how through all the time of his belief in her purity he had tried to purify himself, to purge away all the grossness and sensualness that, as he vainly fancied, made him unworthy to be the mate of so immaculate a creature; but he was not allowed to continue the purifying process; her horrible revelation ended it -- knocked the sense out of it, made it preposterously absurd.
The sensualness of it makes my brain happy and even Restak can’t argue with that since he encourages sensual development.
4 -- Fat fingers, largely developed at base, indicate sensualness; if small at base, the reverse.