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of, concerning, or promoting sexual love or desire

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inclined toward or displaying love

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expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance

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What this paper has tried to illustrate through these readings is that each of these sonnets can be read amorously, that is, as an utterance by an as-yet-implicit but more and more audaciously amorous "I.
Annexed to amorously twisted hair (204-5), the gems function as personal keepsakes but also as potential instruments in a charm or love spell.
3) plays upon the traditional association of the House of Burgundy with the life of Hercules, and gives Gossaert licence to portray not only a fully disrobed, amorously entwined couple, but a wooden club with spiked metallic ribbing.
The dictionary defines a flirt as "one courting triflingly or acting amorously without serious intentions'.
She gives Bernie two tickets for the Big Top to help him entertain their son while she becomes more amorously involved in a sensual tryst.
Instead, I am critically and amorously abandoned, expectant, expropriated by and toward this beloved body, this text or this flesh that has materialized next to me, somewhere between anticipation and surprise.
A woman catches a neighbour amorously admiring bras hung on a clothesline and calls him a pervert.
However, neither little Meni's rich, telepathically augmented social life nor his quests across worlds and times yield any courageous or amorously graced transformation and transcendence.
The talent rotation includes administrative assistants bar conquests and Luisa who Rob charms by displaying amorously used sheets at a laundromat.
As a result of Edwards's focus on the amorously personal at the expense of the personally political, the play's examination of wavering loyalties, evinced both by Edward and by Kent, was lost amidst a production that recast Edward and Gaveston as Romeo and Juliet.
under the circumsized heaven of stars amorously needling
Madam, I can want for nothing while there are red herrings on the table," Willoughby tells her amorously (53).
Amongst the letters of introduction that Otto Dresel had provided before the couple's departure for Europe were some "familiar and improper letters" that the amorously inclined Dresel had earlier sent to Mary and that she now blamed herself for not showing "at once" to her fiance.
So take advantage of his amorously inspired artsy side by heading to LACMA for free Friday night concerts featuring local jazz bands.