And how amorous you become when your courtship with the muses is going strong.
He was certainly more than anxious to have an amorous relationship.
In but a few minutes, we were introduced to the object of Justin's amorous display, the gorgeous and talented Linda Fairstein.
Nobody will argue about the proper English spelling of amorous, from the Latin root amor.
His dark-blue eyes, guiltless of amorous droop, wide and bright, had in them a strained intensity of regard that was painful.
These selfish, amorous adventures will let us in for no end of trouble.
Amongst the rest was the illustrious peer of amorous memory.
It is Ulysses who is "reluctant," and Calypso who is "amorous."
I thought I would like to speak to her, not for any amorous reasons, but because I felt curious to hear her adventures.
By the emotion of "love" I do not mean the amorous phenomenon which we call "being in love."