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Baudelaire had, in the matter of perfumes, a strangely subtle sensuality which is rarely to be met with except amongst Orientals.
In the intervals of his serious labors Napoleon gave way to a life of sensuality, and the women were prodigal of their charms.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
I no longer habitually cherish physical sloth and luxury, which excite to excessive sensuality.
MY RELIGIONLEO TOLSTOY
In some of the faces that passed him he saw only a careless sensuality brightened by the flush of excitement.
He never lost the veneration of his countrymen,--and no veneration can last for a man steeped in sensuality.
The sinful bias in our natures—to pride, to sensuality, to falsehood, or whatever else—-will not be cured by one sharp lesson.
Her eyes, especially, had an expression of mingled sensuality and fierceness which I had never seen in any other human glance.
CARMENPROSPER MERIMEE
A man too full of the gravity of life to squander his substance in mere sensuality.
Serious people usually possess a lively sensuality, which makes them highly enjoy those innocent pleasures that are allowed them.
And indeed gross sensuality, and a destitution of high and spiritual views, characterize his whole work.

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