Examples of eroticism in a Sentence
the subtle eroticism of his films
an actress known for her smoldering eroticism
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The film's didacticism can be heavy-handed, but as usual LaBruce leavens it with humor and eroticism.
The museum is standing by the artist, saying the performance is not about eroticism, and that the girl participated under her mother's supervision.
Her art has thrived, in part, on a physical candor that both shocked people and redrew the boundaries of taste, beauty and eroticism around her masculinity, ebony skin and unrelenting intensity.
His physical presence is slightly dazzling, unnerving, with a subversive, greased-by-eroticism effect.
His marble statues of mythological heroes were celebrated for the perfection of their poised athleticism, his female and amatory groups admired for their refined eroticism and emotional tenderness.
Salonen brought out the unabashed eroticism and sensuality of the Richard Dehmel poem that inspired Schoenberg’s tone poem.
Yet, there also is an uneasy eroticism, more startling than directly arousing, but which still dangerously pulls the audience to the characters.
The film’s pervasive eroticism and nudity may raise interest in some quarters.
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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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