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1(mood/look) apasionadohe started making amorous advances to her — empezó a insinuársele
- to get amorous — ponerse demasiado cariñoso
- I learned this from classmates bragging about their amorous conquests of the night before.
- Imagine how I'd tell you of my valiant attempts to fight off her amorous advances!
- If you've been dying to talk about a romantic outdoor interlude, amorous nature lovers can now rejoice.
- Your off-duty mood will be quite amorous and passionate, so you are likely to make somebody quite happy.
- No, don't worry, I'm not about to argue that it's those with looks of glee on their faces and amorous suitors latched onto each arm.
- The amorous Nightingale first came forward almost beside himself with passion.
- Unsuspecting new boyfriends have found themselves on the receiving end of my amorous advances when we arrived at that song on the turntable.
- As a woman, how do you reject a man who is amorous in his advances in a way that doesn't scar him for life.
- These works are considered as icons of amorous pursuits in an age of gallantry and the accompanying and complementary coquetry.
- And no, there is no insurer who can protect you from the advances of amorous waiters or leather jacket salesmen.
- Thus, my amorous advances are met with one of those dreaded five phrases.
- He first turns her down stating that he had quit practice but later takes up the case as the young lovers reminded him of his amorous youth.
- US women who initially reject his amorous advances often have a change of heart when they run his name through a search engine.
- Kate does not feel comfortable granting amorous affections in such a public place as a street.
- Together the trio brave flash floods, runaway trains, explosions, and attention by amorous bulls.
- Firefighters were called to the rescue yesterday after hundreds of amorous frogs arrived at their mating pond to find it dried up.
- I think there would be a certain amount of consensus about that, even amongst the most quixotic and naturally amorous of us.
- Carefully blending amorous subtlety with a more solid and dense desire, the band sound solid and fluent on stage.
- No wonder that he can awaken amorous desires even in those who should know better.
- Enchanted by the warmth of her smile, Brian suddenly felt confused by an unexpected rush of amorous desire.
2archaic, literary(in love)prendado literaryenamorado
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