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arouse

verb To physically stimulate or use mental imagery to evoke sexual interest in a partner.
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The pitch of human voice is the US based on which the cues for identifying the sex of an arouser evolve.
Furthermore, the first dimension was most distinctly and positively related with `Inspirational' ([Beta] = .82, [R.sup.2] = .83, p [is less than] .0001), comprising, for example, enthusiastic, encouraging, confidence builder, morale booster, and motive arouser; and with `Integrity' ([Beta] = .79 [R.sup.2] = .79, p [is less than] .0001), comprising, for example, honest, sincere, just, and trustworthy.
It may be helpful for you both to have a bath before having sex, or for your man to ask you to put some perfume on - smell can be an extremely potent sexual arouser.