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sensuous

adjective
(1) Referring to the senses, especially sexual, rather than the intellect. 
(2) Referring to a person who is physically and/or sexually attractive.

sensuous

(sĕn′shū-ŭs) [L. sensus, a feeling]
1. Pert. to or affecting the senses.
2. Susceptible to influence through the senses.
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I enjoyed a day spanking an exotic little French number in the shape of the sensuously styled concept Peugeot 308 RC Z sportster.
She stood there in all of her glory Her donkey jacket was pink and ajar As she sensuously dragged on her Woodbine Showing a little of her industrial bra Her eyes filled me with excitement As she looked me up and down I had never seen their like before One was ice blue, the other was brown If perfection was ever sought If ever I needed proof The evidence was there before me As she smiled and uncovered her tooth Her hair was sleek and shining And piled up on her head She had no use for hairspray She used pork fat instead This embodiment of beauty Brought a tingle to my toes The only thing that marred it Was the bogie on the end of her nose PETER MOORE, Two Ball Lonnen, Fenham, Newcastle.
Sensuously Smooth with Ginger Flower, Cassia and Banana Flower is a shampoo for dry and damaged hair but the smell sells it anyway.
Perfume may be about murder yet is sensuously shot and almost gentle in its tone, so much so that the strong subject matter is diluted.
The cinematography is brutally realistic that one--visually and sensuously speaking--experiences the acrid atmosphere of Paris with all that it has to offer of unbearable smells especially in the fish market opening scene.
Safe," the opening poem in Catherine Hodges' first collection, All the While, is wonderfully, sensuously evocative of childhood.
With her fine calligraphy and original artwork, Debra Ban presents the gracefully advanced argument that both perceptions of this remarkable Hebraic poem is to be taken literally and allegorically, sensuously and spiritually.
This elegant fragrance is a mixture of modern and traditional ingredients: Nutmeg, cardamom, mandarin in the fresh top notes, enhanced by a rich floral heart of freesia, violet, cyclamen, infused with heady jasmine and sensuously softened by cedarwood, tonka beans, sandalwood, not forgetting Amouage's trademark ingredient, frankincense.
Those with more intimate knowledge of such things describe her chestnut and turquoise outfit as ``incorporating a mix of loose draping with flatteringly placed gathering to accentuate the waist and hips of the wearer, while emphasising length and height through a deep front and sensuously draped low back''.
A sensuously elliptical tower sheathed in traditional brick, it uses a number of materials not commonly found in recent years, such as glass and oak, allowing for a feeling of natural openness.
Jean Stilwell, a sensational Carmen on the same stage a decade ago, was compellingly bitter and sensuously sorrowful as Santuzza.
For these critics conceits are more than merely sensuously appealing, as the Generation of Twenty-seven critics like Damaso Alonso apparently believed, but reflect a deeper philosophical universe of relationships among things in the material world and beyond.