In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(girl/body/lips) cautivador(body/girl/lips) seductor
- This is a voice utterly unfettered and its luscious purity is a gorgeous gift to the speakers from which I listened transfixed by the variety and high standard of the music!
- Here, the calm, mystical music already glimpsed in Les enfants is allied with an avowedly Debussian orchestral palette, to produce a luscious work of sensuous religiosity.
- She was elegance, sensuality, and ferocity all rolled into one luscious woman.
- In front of the Cajun was a very pretty girl in yellow, with waist-length, wavy hair of luscious caramel, and eyes of sparkling amber.
- Would a half-naked woman with a luscious body influence my buying decision?
- The four luscious colours and little brush ensure it's a winner.
- Ariel Watson, the Warden in charge of Brittany and Jill, was a small Native American woman with thick, luscious, wavy black hair.
- Oil paint can be thinned to a watery consistency or brushed on with thick luscious strokes.
- Forbidden Fruit offsets a studio photo portrait of an innocently luscious teenage girl with a Gourmet magazine cover featuring glamorously lit ripe pomegranates.
- One time we had the additional joy of watching two luscious French-Israeli girls enjoying eggs and cigarettes.
- He takes one look at the luscious lady and starts getting his crankshaft in a conundrum.
- And then there was Lost in Translation, in which a man in the throes of a midlife crisis spends hours in a hotel room with a luscious young woman, and… they talk a lot.
- Then you made mummy, who is already shapely, even more luscious and voluptuous and reubensesque.
- It bulged voluptuously in luscious and supple ripples and folds, and the spruce band gave a pleasant, cedar-like aroma.
- Think Roja and you would think gorgeous smile, luscious lips, limitless joy.
- Here, we present 16 luscious females, each of whom has a tenuous link to football and ask: just who has the hottest totty?
- Her luscious body in those sexy clothes was bait enough for a man who had an admittedly high sexual drive - but besides that, the woman had started to get to him.
- One knows about St Anthony being tempted with luscious women, in visions which appeared precisely because there were no women for fifty miles.
- Just then, Dallas noticed one of the luscious women walking towards him.
- With an enchanting melody and chords that sit alongside luscious lyrics, strong images are conjured up: ‘I water flowers in the rain, I dance beneath your silver flames’.
- She presented a luscious curvy figure and wore a luxuriant dark wig - something that seems to have developed since this production's early performances.
- And I never told anyone, bar those luscious ladies, of it until now.
- Meanwhile, the Sunday Times, the one everyone reads, is running this article, which is up now online, jumping off the screen with candy-colored cartoons of luscious women.
- Easily their best work yet, it combines their trademark girl/boy vocal interplay, rush of melodies and luscious harmonies with more experimental elements.
- Whether you're a fan of pole-dancing stunners or just appreciate the luscious charms of a buxom beauty, her videos are sure to satisfy.
- In contrast, the real pin-up girl in the photograph was the luscious Liz O'Donnell, who wore a skimpy bikini.
- Her soft and luscious brown hair flowed around the girl's tiny face.
- I asked cockily, with my eyes fixed on a girl with thick, luscious black hair.
- Every one of the luscious ladies had the twisted features of a bearded, demonic, wildly sneering Richard D. James; remember?
- Sure, they were beautiful and had a luscious aroma.
- But the real revelation was the chicken tagliatelle plumped for by the party's female member - luscious creaminess cannily grounded by leek and pungent tarragon.
- For as long as I recall, I have admired beautiful women, whether they have an attractive figure, beautiful eyes, luscious lips or other redeeming features.
- The doors were opened and a familiar woman with long, luscious blond hair and an elegant and fetching air was admitted.
- I could say, yeah, this girl here was luscious and euphoric, even though she hadn't moved at all since I popped in.
- Have fun with texture when experimenting with lipstick - from sheer stains to moist mattes and tones, from sensuous nudes to luscious color.
- Not surprisingly, he is particularly attracted to a luscious surface and to virtuoso effects.
- Pottery and dyes are rich, luscious and seductive, marks of decadence and luxury.
- The script, while hopelessly literary, is filled with some beautiful moments captured in luscious widescreen by cinematographer Richard Greatrex.
- She was luscious, there was no other way to put it.
- He told me that the extensions were going with him to the Cosmo shoot to transform the short-haired Christina into a luscious big-haired Cosmo girl.
2(scent/sweetness) exquisito(scent/sweetness) deliciosoripe, luscious grapes — maduras y suculentas uvas
- I blew out the candles on my twelfth birthday cake, indulging in the luscious chocolate taste.
- The 1999 is a peppery, luscious wine of considerable complexity and intensity.
- It is a luxuriously big Cabernet Sauvignon-driven wine, with heavy luscious fruit and firm, but supple tannins.
- Those events are to the season what a savory appetizer and luscious dessert are to a fine meal.
- One of the things I made was this luscious chocolate cake.
- This also took me away from the Alliance Française, where their Café des Amis serves a luscious coffee, rich and caramel-like in flavour.
- This had a lovely smell of passion fruit when cut open, and a sweet luscious taste of the fruit as promised.
- Marvel at the luscious chocolate cream you have created.
- In Europe - Germany, Alsace and Italy, the best Pinot Gris are oily, sweetish, full-bodied luscious wines.
- Huge chocolate bars, fizzy drinks, luscious cakes and tempting sweets are in every shop.
- When Nathan spoke, Isabelle looked up from the sweet, luscious dessert she was devouring and found his unfathomable gray eyes studying her with interest.
- The wash is as heavy as the lead weight bottle, the perfectly ripe handpicked fruit is luscious with plum, chocolate and spicy touches.
- Everyone seemed to be having a grand time dancing and socializing and sampling the luscious foods that spread out on a table that took up one wall of the gigantic ballroom.
- A succulent roast with herbs and mushrooms and other extremely luscious foods.
- She ran towards her bedside and took a large bite of a juicy luscious apple and looked outside the window.
- I'd forgotten I couldn't indulge myself in luscious food.
- It tastes like a luscious milkshake, only it's guilt-free!
- Anorexics are under increased pressure to eat whilst bulimics feel there is too much in the way of exotic and luscious foods on offer.
- Now I am guessing that a sweeter Meyer lemon would make really sweet and luscious lemon tartelettes.
- A sublime combination of a luscious honey and apricot succulence with crisp, cleaned-edged acidity explodes onto your palate.
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