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See definition of provocativeness on Dictionary.com
  • as insensualism
  • as insensuality
  • as insensuousness
  • as insexiness
  • as insuggestiveness
  • as involuptuousness

synonyms for provocativeness

  • sensuality
  • steaminess
  • voluptuousness
  • sexuality
  • voluptuousness
  • suggestiveness
  • steaminess
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How to use provocativeness in a sentence

Till they met, the movement, the provocativeness was all on Lady Desdemona's side, Finn standing erect and still as graven bronze.
JANA. J. DAWSON
It tinged her words and looks with a provocativeness, a challenge, a consciousness of feminine power formerly foreign to them.
A YOUNG MAN'S YEARANTHONY HOPE
What counts is not the provocativeness but that we lift our gaze, determined to see, not just to look for the comforting familiar.
THE CIVILIZATION OF ILLITERACYMIHAI NADIN
She used all her physical equipment with unconscious provocativeness, except her eyes, which were blankly distant.
AT THE POSTHORACE LEONARD GOLD
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WORDS RELATED TO PROVOCATIVENESS

  • provocativeness
  • sensuality
  • steaminess
  • voluptuousness
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