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    Sensual and sensuous

    What is the difference between "sensual" and "sensuous"? I know that sensuous is often used for something attractive/ beautiful, and sensual implies sexuality. Please help me in clarifying the usage of these two words.

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    Re: Sensual and sensuous

    Sensual | Define Sensual at Dictionary.com

    See the note under "synonyms."

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    Re: Sensual and sensuous

    Thank you! Now it is clear.

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