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sensuously

[ sen-shoo-uhs-lee ]
/ ˈsɛn ʃu əs li /
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adverb
in a way that gratifies or delights the senses:The still life drips sensuously with color, life, and stylistic innovation.We swooned over the sensuously edible little Nantucket bay scallops, seared but nearly raw, and topped with thin garlic coins.
in a way that affects or can be perceived by the senses:An ideal exists outside peoples’ consciousness, unrelated to the external, sensuously perceptible world.
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