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carnal
used in Dracula

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Definition
of or relating to the body or flesh (in contrast to the spirit) — especially sexual desires or feelings
  • She seemed like a nightmare of Lucy as she lay there, the pointed teeth, the blood stained, voluptuous mouth, which made one shudder to see, the whole carnal and unspirited appearance, seeming like a devilish mockery of Lucy's sweet purity.
    Chapter 16 (60% in)
  • Armed against ghostly as well as carnal attack?
    Chapter 22 (59% in)

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