Examples of eroticism in a Sentence
the subtle eroticism of his films
an actress known for her smoldering eroticism
Recent Examples of eroticism from the Web
And this couple will certainly not be alone in wrestling with these issues. Because the intersection of VR and eroticism is just beginning.
Inspired by the Irish rebellion of 1798, Cathleen also speaks to the lure of fate, heroism, and the supernatural, in the person of a mystical woman who, through song and eroticism, coaxes young men to their deaths.
Playmen was unique for combining eroticism with art and cultural criticism.
Liberation and pleasure have always gone hand in hand for Miguel, a career hedonist in the vein of Prince who similarly envisions eroticism as an idyllic escape, both spiritual and literal.
Elements of supernatural horror, devil worship, unfettered pagan eroticism and guilt lurk just below the surface of Crean’s two-act, 85-minute opera.
For the past four years, the Fifty Shades of Grey film franchise has made Valentine's Day a bit kinkier and brought eroticism into the mainstream, with some high-profile musicians helping to set the mood.
There’s a staggering emptiness at the center and even the supposed eroticism has been underwhelmingly restrained up until now.
For some, eroticism vanishes during or after treatment.
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EROTICISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eroticism for English Language Learners
: a quality that causes sexual feelings
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