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  • s  inclined toward or displaying love

  • Prince Genji, son of an imperial concubine, sustains the family's amative tradition with graceful zest and much discreet slippering through his father's seraglios and the .
  • He believed that the amative and propagative functions were distinct, advocating a method of birth control which was based primarily on an avoidance of the propagative crisis.
  • Until Evahgeline Birkenhead's advent, Teddy's amative life had been in part fanciful, in part optical, in part under suburban hedges ("Starp it, I tell you!"), entirely virginal.

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