Some articles on sensual:
... The Dreaming (1982) Hounds of Love (1985) The Sensual World (1989) The Red Shoes (1993) Aerial (2005) Director's Cut (2011) 50 Words for Snow (2011) Extended plays On Stage Kate Bush Aspects of the Sensual World ...
... the first remix uses the clean version, Sensual Seduction, and features Lil' Kim and the second remix uses the both versions of the song and called, Sensual Seduction (Fyre Department Remix) or Sexual Eruption (Fyre ... A remix called The Art of Sensual Seduction has not been officially released, although it is available in online shops, and a merengue/hip hop remix produced by Guary Cleyton has been released titled "Seduccion ...
... Album Version (as it appears on Ego Trippin') "Sensual Seduction" (Radio Edit) "Sensual Seduction" featuring Lil' Kim (Official Remix #1) "Sensual Seduction" featuring Robyn ...
... Sensual play is a generic term which refers to a variety of forms of sensual play ... It must be understood that sensual, as referred here, does not mean (or relate to) only sexual appeal ... For what, lato sensu, "sensual" is all that reports to a sense — all and everyone existing in human life ...
... unbinding? Haven't I in many ways advocated abandoning sensual pleasures, comprehending sensual perceptions, subduing sensual thirst, destroying sensual thoughts, calming sensual fevers? Worthless ...
More definitions of "sensual":
- (adj): Sexually exciting or gratifying.
Example: "Sensual excesses"
Famous quotes containing the word sensual:
“Dressed to die, the sensual strut begun,
With my red veins full of money,
In the final direction of the elementary town
I advance for as long as forever is.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“Fish, flesh, or fowl, commend all summer long
Whatever is begotten, born, and dies.
Caught in that sensual music all neglect
Monuments of unaging intellect.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“Both Eliot and Pound condense; their best verse is weightedPounds, with sensual experience primarily, and Eliots with beliefs. Where the minds life is concerned the senses produce images, and beliefs produce dramatic cries. The condensation is important.”
—R.P. Blackmur (19041965)