noun, plural sen·su·al·i·ties.
Origin of sensuality
Related Words for sensualitysexuality, eroticism, hotness, passion, sensualism, carnality, lasciviousness, animalism, animality, suggestiveness
Examples from the Web for sensuality
Contemporary Examples of sensuality
The premise comes and goes, however, and even the rest of “Clouds” focuses more on sensuality than sci-fi.Prince Returns From the Wilderness and, Thankfully, Is as Restless as Ever
October 1, 2014
His photographs major on legs, lips, sensuality of the female form?Vogue Photographer Erwin Blumenfeld: Secrets of a Fashion Legend
September 14, 2014
No historian, biographer, or myth-maker such as Carl Sandberg has ever written about his sensuality.
We can feel her sensuality and willfulness in the first daguerreotype we have of Mary, taken in 1846, when she was twenty-seven.
It is in no way my job to embody an idealized form of beauty and sensuality.Angelina’s Bold Boob Move
May 14, 2013
Historical Examples of sensuality
Their plan exhibits the barbarity of the age and the sensuality of the king.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. I
Francis Augustus Cox
For most of us the strain of sensuality in our loves is very strong.The Truth About Woman
C. Gasquoine Hartley
An odour of luxury and sensuality floated through the apartment.Masterpieces of Mystery
Avarice was his master-passion; and, second to this, gross sensuality.
But she had enveloped my whole being in the poison of sensuality.Balthasar
noun plural -ties
mid-14c., "the part of man that is concerned with the senses," from Old French sensualite "the five senses; impression," from Late Latin sensualitatem (nominative sensualitas) "capacity for sensation," from Latin sensualis "endowed with feeling, sensitive," from sensus "feeling" (see sense (n.)). Chiefly "animal instincts and appetites," hence "the lower nature regarded as a source of evil, lusts of the flesh" (1620s).