One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘His works are known for a certain voluptuousness and ripe sensuality, his figures lacking much of the grace and elegance of earlier bijin prints, but emphasizing in their place worldliness and a less disguised or mediated sexuality.’
- ‘And everywhere that tense and wiry quality of sound, that lack of sympathy with the natural voluptuousness of the cello.’
- ‘The items in her paintings are chosen for their visual voluptuousness, as well as their capacity to provide her with instances to showcase her prodigious painting skills.’
- ‘She had a smile that could light up a street full of people and was extremely lively, had a particular type of voluptuousness - a Rodin sculpture come to life. She reminded me of a libertine heroine. She was just my type.’
- ‘She had a 40s voluptuousness that fit the role perfectly.’
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