adjective Also e·rot·i·cal.
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Origin of erotic
OTHER WORDS FROM erotic
Example sentences from the Web for erotic
Perhaps this is progress, though it’s odd that, in 2021, we seem to live in a world where Lana and Lily Wachowski’s smart and wickedly erotic Bound seems never to have been made.We Need More Female Villains Onscreen—But Not the Kind We Get in I Care a Lot|Stephanie Zacharek|February 19, 2021|Time
Incredible, it was the erotic and devotional that struck me.
I always perceived that most people underestimated me, and proposing someone to collaborate with me on erotic photographs without receiving anything in return was complicated, and still is.
One particular erotically charged scene between Silva and, yes, Bond, has caused some loyalists to nervously loosen their bowties.Javier Bardem on Playing James Bond’s Latest Villain in ‘Skyfall’|Kevin Fallon|November 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Bad writing that thinks that it is rendering an erotically charged depiction of good sex seems to be far more bathetic.
I loved that tension, thriving on it erotically while claiming I wanted to escape it.
Women are adepts at exploiting, for the purposes of the resistance, a tender, erotically tinged transference to the physician.A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis|Sigmund Freud
People suffering from lung disease are often erotically inclined, and anesthetics affect the breathing.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 3 (of 6)|Havelock Ellis
The blue light under which Graham had sat listening to the whispered appeal of Ita Strabosck fell softly and erotically upon them.The Sins of the Children|Cosmo Hamilton
Neurotically and erotically, he was hypersthetic, with a playful graciousness of character never surpassed.The Letters of William James, Vol. II|William James
I cannot tell how our romance will end, but it hath gone on hitherto most erotically.Life of Lord Byron, Vol. IV|Thomas Moore