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The slow-fly amorousness of the British working classes evidently does not suit the quicker blood of France.ANOTHER SHEAFJOHN GALSWORTHY
The spectacle of their passion will doubtless be a new one for me, and I shall give my amorousness a rest.ANCIENT MANNERSPIERRE LOUYS
He gazed down upon her with a mixture of amorousness and awe.THE JOBSINCLAIR LEWIS
The third characteristic of that vegetation is its marvellous amorousness.THE SEAJULES MICHELET
I regret that I find nothing in the biographies which would explain Tieck's exquisite amorousness toward the moon.SLEEP WALKING AND MOON WALKINGISIDOR ISAAK SADGER
I can no longer justify it by my love for the beautiful, or my amorousness, or the faults of my companion.MY RELIGIONLEO TOLSTOY
Mere feline amorousness, such as Swinburne so inimitably portrays, he would disdain to deal with if even he could.ESSAYS ON SCANDINAVIAN LITERATUREHJALMAR HJORTH BOYESEN
We know his defiant celebrations of Sex, of amorousness, of maternity; of that Love of Comrades which "passeth the love of women."VISIONS AND REVISIONSJOHN COWPER POWYS
As she would not endure the amorousness, irritability invariably resulted.SHADOWS OF FLAMESAMELIE RIVES
Her trouble was that thoughts and ambitions were in conflict with Gaga's amorousness.COQUETTEFRANK SWINNERTON

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