noun (used with a singular or plural verb)
Origin of erotica
Examples from the Web for erotica
Sex, along with its companion record, Erotica, earned Warner Brothers a half billion dollars in 1992 alone.
The Musical, a spoof of the erotica novel, played to sold-out audiences in New York and New Jersey this weekend.
On the subject of erotica, Fisher will talk: about how her 2007 sex tape introduced her to the adult-entertainment community.
“Our feminism remains with us when we grab the remote,” said Tristan Taormino, a sex educator and producer of erotica.
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Nevertheless, that is the method which the author of the Erotica Biblon adopts for portraying the morals of the Jewish people.The Satyricon, Complete|Petronius Arbiter
Word Origin for erotica
1820, noun use of neuter plural of Greek erotikos "amatory" (see erotic); originally a booksellers' catalogue heading.
And with a Blonde push
Over your impotence
[Emily Dickinson, #854, c.1864]