erotically erotically


  • (adv) in an erotic manner


  1. The film was initially rated NC-17, winning an R on appeal; it has a possibly unprecedented poo scene, but it's pretty tame erotically.
  2. But the ability to respond erotically to both sexes seems to be a common human trait.
  3. Rock had become the gateway through which the mysterious Other -- dark, hedonistic, erotically charged -- would find its way out into mass culture.


  • Pedro Almodovar books trip back to sexy comedy in 'I'm So Excited!'

    'I'm So Excited!,' a sex farce in the sky, finds the director on familiar, anything-goes ground. It's not surprising that Pedro Almodóvar's latest film, "I'm So Excited!" is being billed as a return to the erotically obsessed, anything-goes antics that propelled the Spanish director's early camp fests.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times


  1. Toward the novel's beginning, Amis describes the summer in question as "hot, endless, and erotically decisive".
    on May 13, 2010 By: Martin Amis Source:

  2. "Drama and film are incontrovertibly two professions that are immensely erotically charged," the Swedish director Ingmar Bergman said in an interview late in his life.
    on Mar 16, 2010 By: Ingmar Bergman Source: Independent

  3. "It's erotically sensitive on its own, plus it interacts withensation from the nearby vagina and anus," says sexologist Carol Queen.
    on Sep 11, 2007 By: Carol Queen Source: Independent Online

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