amorous


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  • adj

Synonyms for amorous

Synonyms for amorous

of, concerning, or promoting sexual love or desire

Synonyms for amorous

inclined toward or displaying love

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expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance

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References in classic literature ?
So," said the poet, somewhat disappointed in his amorous hopes.
That is an imaginary lady love, at all events; whereas, without counting that amorous Jacob, you by your own account are surrounded with all sorts of swains eager to make love to you.
The repentance of her lover at the Bath, and how brought by the just alarm of his fit of sickness to abandon her; the just caution given there against even the lawful intimacies of the dearest friends, and how unable they are to preserve the most solemn resolutions of virtue without divine assistance; these are parts which, to a just discernment, will appear to have more real beauty in them all the amorous chain of story which introduces it.
It was more, perhaps, with an eye to the danger which lurked in this quarter, than from his abstract love of conversation with the sex, that the hangman, quickening his steps, now hastened into their society, cursing the amorous natures of Hugh and Mr Tappertit with great heartiness, at every step he took.
Anon, again alighted across Antarctic acres, amorous Adelies acquire ardent admirers, affirm affection and attempt adding another.
The best news of all is their latest production, Glamorous and Amorous, is perhaps their most accomplished to date.
SCOTS are the most amorous nationality when it comes to holiday flings, according to a survey.
With an all new set list, the Lady Boys will be performing classic numbers from Saturday Night Fever to current hits from Cheryl Cole and even a bit of Gangnam Style, the show, Glamorous Amorous, is set to take audiences on a musical journey of a lifetime.
A COUPLE who fell over a dry stone wall while getting amorous sparked a major rescue by the emergency services.
A North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said: "It would appear that a couple in their 30s were getting a little bit amorous against a stone wall at the side of the road when unfortunately the lady slipped backwards and fell over the wall and down a steep embankment on the other side.
Luckily, they survived fiveton Amarula's amorous antics at Pilansberg Game Reserve, South Africa.
As many as 17 per cent of those who have got amorous in a vehicle have suffered some form of hurt, the poll by insurance company elephant.
It is believed that the driver and his passenger were engaged in amorous activities at the time of the accident," the Northern Territory quoted him as saying.
Mr Fiennes became amorous and, after a short period of time, I convinced him to leave.