voluptuously


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vo·lup·tu·ous

 (və-lŭp′cho͞o-əs)
adj.
1. Relating to, providing, or arising from sensual pleasure: "a rich, voluptuous cascade of notes from a Spanish guitar" (Tony Perrottet). See Synonyms at sensuous.
2. Having a curvaceous figure. Used of a woman or a woman's body.
3. Devoted to or indulging in sensual pleasures: "the most beautiful woman of that voluptuous Court" (Winston S. Churchill).

[Middle English, from Old French voluptueux, from Latin voluptuōsus, full of pleasure, from voluptās, pleasure; see wel- in Indo-European roots.]

vo·lup′tu·ous·ly adv.
vo·lup′tu·ous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.voluptuously - in a shapely and voluptuous mannervoluptuously - in a shapely and voluptuous manner; "a voluptuously curved woman"
2.voluptuously - in an indulgently voluptuous mannervoluptuously - in an indulgently voluptuous manner; "he sniffed the perfume voluptuously"
Translations

voluptuously

[vəˈlʌptjʊəslɪ] ADJvoluptuosamente

voluptuously

[vəˈlʌptʃuəsli] adv [stretch] → voluptueusement
voluptuously curved → aux courbes voluptueuses

voluptuously

adv moveaufreizend, sinnlich; kisshingebungsvoll; liveausschweifend; her voluptuously curved bodyihr üppig geformter Körper; her lips were voluptuously fullsie hatte einen sinnlichen Mund
References in classic literature ?
The bright blue eyes regarded the spectator with a kind of lurking drollery - you almost expected to see them wink; the lips - a little too voluptuously full - seemed ready to break into a smile; the warmly-tinted cheeks were embellished with a luxuriant growth of reddish whiskers; while the bright chestnut hair, clustering in abundant, wavy curls, trespassed too much upon the forehead, and seemed to intimate that the owner thereof was prouder of his beauty than his intellect - as, perhaps, he had reason to be; and yet he looked no fool.
Tell it to us, doctor; we've time enough to hear it," said Joe, stretching himself voluptuously on the cool greensward.
Notwithstanding, therefore, all the delicacies which love had set before him, namely, the hopes of seeing Sophia at the masquerade; on which, however ill-founded his imagination might be, he had voluptuously feasted during the whole day, the evening no sooner came than Mr Jones began to languish for some food of a grosser kind.
Then she added: 'Sit down,' and composed herself voluptuously, in a nest of crimson and gold cushions, on an ottoman near the parrot.
In a video of the maiden voyage, shown on a nearby wall, Lady Gaga, wearing white vinyl boots and a white helmet, steps into a voluptuously contoured torso of molded white fiberglass attached to a small platform.
The sins that are now committed are not at all novel, they have been there for years on end, being also committed in old times with tremendous spontaneity, voluptuously, in various forms and perversely, as one can read, among other things, in the Paterika and other Orthodox writings; yet, what differentiates our world from that in ancient times is the absence of an intense penitence for the moral shadows that we drag behind us.
But in the process, she became the most bracingly, incorrigibly, voluptuously exceptional writer of her time.
The buzz, the croon, the smell, all seemed to press voluptuously against some membrane; not to burst it; but to hum round one such a complete rapture of pleasure that I stopped, smelt; looked--Virginia Woolf, "Kew Gardens"
Sexy, passionate, voluptuously sensual and totally convincing, it took your breath away with dedicated principals who showed us at last what the Bolshoi can achieve in the acting stakes when given an inspired choreographer, in this case John Neumeier.
From the 1950s - one of her parents smartly dressed in suits in front of a table of frothy pint glasses on a celebratory night out; a visit to a voluptuously bearded Father Christmas; a snap of her playing on a motorbike and sidecar with some friends.
Forever titivating their lank hair in the Adriatic breezes, voluptuously caressing their own armpits, they love to be told they are the lost youth, unemployed and betrayed by The System.