ravage or ravish?
Le Mans ’66 was never merely a matter of speed and pride; it was also, in retrospect, a contest to ravish the eye.
Russell Crowe used his Golden Globe win to highlight the “tragedy unfolding” as bushfires continue to ravish Australia.
Your hours will pass in dread and misery, and soon the bolt will fall which must ravish from you your happiness for ever.
The front cover shows a devilishly handsome young man in a purple singlet staring to his right, as if he’s waiting for someone to come along and ravish him.
Their wedding night is an excruciating game of cat and mouse in which she chases him around the bedroom, nibbling his ears and whispering that she wants to “ravish” him.
Ravish Mehra, head of audio research at Facebook Reality Labs, is coy about how long it will take his team to perfect the aural illusion that this is intended to create.
She knew, of course, that she was being supremely unfair, that Franz was the best man she had ever had—he was intelligent, he understood her paintings, he was handsome and good—but the more she thought about it, the more she longed to ravish his intelligence, defile his kindheartedness, and violate his powerless strength.
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She knew of course that she was being supremely unfair that Franz was the best man she had ever had—he was intelligent he understood her paintings he was handsome and good—but the more she thought about it the more she longed to ravish his intelligence defile his kindheartedness and violate his powerless strength