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aphrodisia

See definition of aphrodisia on Dictionary.com
  • as initch
  • as inlust

synonyms for aphrodisia

  • craving
  • hankering
  • impulse
  • yearning
  • appetite
  • concupiscence
  • eroticism
  • hunger
  • longing
  • lust
  • lustfulness
  • motive
  • passion
  • prurience
  • restlessness
  • urge
  • yen
  • appetition
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antonyms for aphrodisia

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  • dislike
  • hate
  • calm
  • disgust
  • hatred
  • indifference
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How to use aphrodisia in a sentence

Others (like Alexander of Aphrodisia) insist that to produce life these elements must be mingled in a certain manner.
PLOTINOS: COMPLETE WORKS, V. 1PLOTINOS (PLOTINUS)
Alexander of Aphrodisia taught this world was a mixture; ii.
PLOTINOS: COMPLETE WORKS, V. 4PLOTINOS (PLOTINUS)
A festival called Aphrodisia was celebrated in her honour in various parts of Greece, but especially in Cyprus.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIA. VOL. 1 PART 2VARIOUS
Aphrodisia is to be served up at the banquet as the last dish, after the fruit.
ANCIENT MANNERSPIERRE LOUYS
Aphrodisia was the favourite slave, the prettiest and best-loved.
ANCIENT MANNERSPIERRE LOUYS
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WORDS RELATED TO APHRODISIA

  • aphrodisia
  • appetite
  • appetition
  • concupiscence
  • craving
  • eroticism
  • hankering
  • hunger
  • impulse
  • longing
  • lust
  • lustfulness
  • motive
  • passion
  • prurience
  • restlessness
  • urge
  • yearning
  • yen
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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