amorous[ am-er-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF amorous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMOROUS
However, in such cases it is most often the old man who is amorous.
But, I repeat, this question has nothing to do with amorous intoxication.
His amorous exaltations are ridiculed, or else they inspire disgust.
From the neighbourhood, now asleep, one now only heard the miawing of an amorous tabby.
It was she—it was her arms and necks which gave that semblance of amorous vitality to her fruit.
Unsuspecting, the amorous Marto followed the old man into the room prepared.
They were lunching at Colchester when these amorous chapters were reached.
But in the midst of our amorous occupations we were called to dinner.
Roman, but that I was thought to be amorous of my landlord's girls.
Yes, and I know that at the amorous crisis he ceases to squint.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR AMOROUS
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