amorousness

[ am-er-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF amorousness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMOROUSNESS

He gazed down upon her with a mixture of amorousness and awe.

Her trouble was that thoughts and ambitions were in conflict with Gaga's amorousness.

She did not love him, and the amorousness of the unloved is a bore.

Men, when it came to her type of beauty, were a little too suggestive of their amorousness.

As she would not endure the amorousness, irritability invariably resulted.

We know his defiant celebrations of Sex, of amorousness, of maternity; of that Love of Comrades which "passeth the love of women."

I can no longer justify it by my love for the beautiful, or my amorousness, or the faults of my companion.

The spectacle of their passion will doubtless be a new one for me, and I shall give my amorousness a rest.

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