In 1985, Schreiber discovered that his voluptuous young model had become a famous entertainer.
He is there to stalk Bathory, a lesbian vampire queen with “a voluptuous feminine figure” and a “masculine strength.”
In escort circles, there are two brunette archetypes: the prim Audrey Hepburn type, and the voluptuous Ashley Dupré type.
Arriving at Bordelet's ciderie, we parked along a stone wall bedecked with vibrant, voluptuous yellow and red roses.
voluptuous and enjoyable are two words you might select to describe a Rick Hertzberg column.
He had amassed a large fortune and spent his later years in voluptuous ease.
Not a few of the fabliaux are cynically gross—ribald but not voluptuous.
Therefore in a luxurious and voluptuous nation, licentious and free-thinking books will abound.
It is the direct opposite of the voluptuous beauty of Kashmir.
It had been a peculiar and voluptuous delight to be handled by those delicate and generous hands.
late 14c., "of desires or appetites," from Old French voluptueux, from Latin voluptuosus "full of pleasure, delightful," from voluptas "pleasure, delight," from volup "pleasurably," perhaps ultimately related to velle "to wish," from PIE *wol-/*wel- "be pleasing" (see will (v.)). Meaning "addicted to sensual pleasure" is recorded from mid-15c. Sense of "suggestive of sensual pleasure" is attested from 1816 (Byron); especially in reference to feminine beauty from 1839.