erotic

All Adjective Noun
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  • During this time he wrote a good deal of his erotic poetry.
  • The two continued with a series of erotic films in the early 1960s.
  • She wrote about erotic and social themes and fought for women's rights.
  • In his spare time he also started drawing erotic images for his own pleasure.
  • He has also described that the lyrics in this song are extremely erotic.
  • His son does not believe in him either and, at the same time, has his first erotic experiences.
  • However, this kind of table dance is not of an erotic nature.
  • Erotic photography soon became closely associated with it and gained increasing public attention.
  • She became the most sought-after erotic actress in the early 1980s.
  • Much of their erotics she only half understood, but that made it all the more lovely. Cited from Tales of Two Countries, by Alexander Kielland
  • Its erotic nature was regarded as the album's most controversial track in numerous reviews.
  • He is also said to have been a writer of erotic poems.
  • In the late 1980s, his poetry started to become more erotic.
  • The songs were influenced by a certain erotic aspect, perhaps the influence of contemporary love songs.
  • Erotic photography is generally a composed image of a subject in a still position.
  • A five-part animated erotic direct-to-video series was adapted from the game's story.
  • He cut many of the erotic passages as well as all of the poetry.
  • He moved to London where he became a photographer and began taking erotic photographs.
  • He is also known for his erotic writings done before he was ordained a priest.
  • One of those said segments have been found only after his death: deliberately erotic poetry.
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Meaning of erotic

  • noun An erotic person