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Use "amorousness" in a sentence
"It is only afterwards that, surviving many minor gods of war, he becomes a leader of hosts, a sort of divine knight and patron of knighthood; and, through the old intricate connexion of love and war, and that amorousness which is the universally conceded privilege of the soldier's life, he comes to be very near Aphrodite, -- the paramour of the goddess of physical beauty."
"Watson was thrilled that the scene delivered the sort of amorousness the filmmakers wanted."
"The Greeks, including Helen's wronged husband, Menelaus, ultimately admired Helen for her amorousness."