sensual

Seductive vs Sensual - What's the difference?

seductive | sensual |


As adjectives the difference between seductive and sensual

is that seductive is attractive, alluring, tempting while sensual is inducing pleasurable and/or erotic sensations.

Passion vs Sensual - What's the difference?

passion | sensual |


As a noun passion

is (fervor) passion.

As an adjective sensual is

inducing pleasurable and/or erotic sensations.

Affectionate vs Sensual - What's the difference?

affectionate | sensual |


As adjectives the difference between affectionate and sensual

is that affectionate is (of a person) having affection or warm regard; loving; fond while sensual is inducing pleasurable and/or erotic sensations.

As a verb affectionate

is (rare) to show affection to; to have affection for.

Sensual vs Perceptual - What's the difference?

sensual | perceptual |


As adjectives the difference between sensual and perceptual

is that sensual is inducing pleasurable and/or erotic sensations while perceptual is relating to perception.

Earthy vs Sensual - What's the difference?

earthy | sensual |


As adjectives the difference between earthy and sensual

is that earthy is resembling dirt or soil (ie earth) while sensual is inducing pleasurable and/or erotic sensations.

Beastly vs Sensual - What's the difference?

beastly | sensual | Related terms |

Beastly is a related term of sensual.


As adjectives the difference between beastly and sensual

is that beastly is (uk) pertaining to, or having the form, nature or habits of, a beast while sensual is inducing pleasurable and/or erotic sensations.

As an adverb beastly

is like a beast; brutishly.

Sensual vs Debauched - What's the difference?

sensual | debauched | Related terms |

Sensual is a related term of debauched.


As adjectives the difference between sensual and debauched

is that sensual is inducing pleasurable and/or erotic sensations while debauched is indulging in or characterised by sensual pleasures to a degree perceived to be morally harmful; corrupted; immoral; self-indulgent.

As a verb debauched is

(debauch).

Inhuman vs Sensual - What's the difference?

inhuman | sensual | Related terms |

Inhuman is a related term of sensual.


As adjectives the difference between inhuman and sensual

is that inhuman is of or pertaining to inhumanity and the indifferently cruel, sadistic or barbaric behavior it brings while sensual is inducing pleasurable and/or erotic sensations.

Vile vs Sensual - What's the difference?

vile | sensual | Related terms |

Vile is a related term of sensual.


As adjectives the difference between vile and sensual

is that vile is morally low; base; despicable while sensual is inducing pleasurable and/or erotic sensations.

Profligate vs Sensual - What's the difference?

profligate | sensual | Related terms |

Profligate is a related term of sensual.


As adjectives the difference between profligate and sensual

is that profligate is (obsolete) overthrown, ruined while sensual is inducing pleasurable and/or erotic sensations.

As a noun profligate

is an abandoned person; one openly and shamelessly vicious; a dissolute person.

As a verb profligate

is (obsolete) to drive away; to overcome.

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