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Another word for sensuous

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Adjective
  1. Of or relating to sensation or the senses

    See also:

    body

    awareness

  2. Relating to, suggestive of, or appealing to sense gratification

    See also:

    pain

Another word for sensuous

Synonym Study

  • Epicurean implies delight in luxury and sensuous pleasure, esp. that of eating and drinking
  • Luxurious implies a reveling in that which lavishly provides a high degree of physical comfort or satisfaction a luxurious feeling of drowsiness
  • Voluptuous implies a tending to excite, or giving oneself up to the gratification of, sensuous or, more often, sensual desires her voluptuous charms
  • Sensual refers to the operation or gratification of the physical senses or appetite a sensual element in her sculptures, a life of sensual excess
  • Sensuous suggests the strong appeal of that which is pleasing to the eye, ear, touch, etc. and, of a person, implies susceptibility to the often aesthetic pleasures of sensation soft, sensuous music