verb (used with object), sen·su·al·ized, sen·su·al·iz·ing.
to render sensual.
Also especially British, sen·su·al·ise.
Origin of sensualize
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He assumes the right to give them his own colour, and may even, while professing to serve Christianity, sensualise its teaching.The Expositor's Bible:The Book of Numbers
Robert A. Watson
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