Inclined to love; having a propensity to love, or to sexualenjoyment; loving; fond; affectionate; as, an amorous disposition. (adjective)
Examples of word amorous
I saw upon this superb and triumphal vehicle a white swan in amorous embrace with Theseus's daughter, an illustrious nymph of unbelievable beauty.
We'll be going down so deep the river's going to weep, and the mountain's going to shout Amen! It's coming like the tidal flood beneath the lunar sway, imperial, mysterious, in amorous array:
Now, the idea of a divorce so easy and wilful as Mr. Shaw proposes arises naturally out of an exclusive consideration of what I may call the amorous sentimentalities of marriage.
[FN#374] Although the Arab's ideal-of beauty, as has been seen and said, corresponds with ours the Egyptians (Modern) the Maroccans and other negrofied races like "walking tun-butts" as Clapperton called his amorous widow.
The vengeful parent is consumed by a kind of amorous hatred of both the former spouse and the once shared, now torn, child.
Little Ed - though sadly, I believe was just a little too happy, and it translated into being "amorous" with the young beauties he spotted.