voluptuousness[ vuh-luhp-choo-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF voluptuousness
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Schumann, typical of despair, the voluptuousness of despair!
The sight of his form troubled the voluptuousness of this mediation.
The sight of his form troubled the voluptuousness of this meditation.
Voluptuousness, Venus, and Vice are all merely words to her.
Consume with the fire of voluptuousness the noble feelings of his heart.
The Countess, who was possessed of the penetration of voluptuousness, was not mistaken there.
The voluptuousness of Æolian poetry is not like that of Persian or Arabian art.
How far was he from a life of voluptuousness and sensuality!
The women acquired from them a mixture of ecstasy and voluptuousness.
It eclipsed Babylon in voluptuousness, extravagance, and sin.