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Sensual, devoted to the gratification of the senses, carnal: “to thy s. fault I bring in sense,” Sonn. 35, 9. “invited to any s. feast,” 141, 8. “I give my s. race the rein,” Meas. II, 4, 160. “a libertine, as s. as the brutish sting itself,” As II, 7, 66.
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