adj.taking delight in beauty
○ the sensuous joy from all things fair
His might have been a cherub's mouth, HAD not the full, sensuous lips a trick, under stress, of drawing firmly across the teeth
He stretched himself with sensuous pleasure in the warm bath.
She was Turkish, in heR middle twenties, with an attractive face and a lithe, sensuous body, rich with promise
The flower that wreathe his parlor stifle HIM with their sensuous perfume.
There is no need to digress further on the sensuous plane
Don't get the idea that value of music is commensurate with its sensuous appeal
The sensuous appeal of her painting
Friendship may indeed come to exist without sensuous liking or comradeship to pave the way
A devotee to sensuous and luxurious living;an epicure.