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sensual
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • It’s your father has handed him on his low sensuality.
  • In a man so depraved this might, of course, mean no more than sensual attraction.
  • In your family sensuality is carried to a disease.
  • So it’s a familiar subject; you’ve thought about it already, about sensuality, I mean!
  • You have sense enough: don’t give way to drunkenness and incontinence of speech; don’t give way to sensual lust; and, above all, to the love of money.
  • He stands on a firm rock, too, he stands on his sensuality—though after we are thirty, indeed, there may be nothing else to stand onů.
  • What is at the root of all you Karamazovs is that you’re all sensual, grasping and crazy!
  • Her gifts to man are friends in need, The wreath, the foaming must, To angels—vision of God’s throne, To insects—sensual lust.
  • I want to tell you now about the insects to whom God gave "sensual lust."
  • Tempests, because sensual lust is a tempest—worse than a tempest!
  • To insects—sensual lust.
  • I know for a fact there are people who at every blow are worked up to sensuality, to literal sensuality, which increases progressively at every blow they inflict.
  • I know for a fact there are people who at every blow are worked up to sensuality, to literal sensuality, which increases progressively at every blow they inflict.
  • But it only proved that, in his love for the woman, there was an element of something far higher than he himself imagined, that it was not only a sensual passion, not only the "curve of her body," of which he had talked to Alyosha.
  • He saw nothing in life but sensual pleasure, and he brought his children up to be the same.
  • Besides the long fleshy bags under his little, always insolent, suspicious, and ironical eyes; besides the multitude of deep wrinkles in his little fat face, the Adam’s apple hung below his sharp chin like a great, fleshy goiter, which gave him a peculiar, repulsive, sensual appearance; add to that a long rapacious mouth with full lips, between which could be seen little stumps of black decayed teeth.

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  • Despite his height and the width of his shoulders, he leads with a grace that is effortless and sensual all at once.
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  • In a strange way, it magnified a sensual aspect of her personality, amplifying her natural charisma.
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