- Relating to or induced by sexual love or desire: his amatory exploitsMore example sentences
- In a number of places in his work, Andrews suggests that the erotic / amatory impulse has become overwhelmed by consumerist images and the desires they invoke and create.
- As a personal poet, he attacked enemies by name and described without inhibition his own amatory exploits.
- By the same token, Bo Diddley taught the incorrect but unforgettable version of the amatory question: ‘Who Do You Love?’
late 16th century: from Latin amatorius, from amator (see amateur).