Disrobia (pronounced: /dɪsˈroʊ biə/) noun — the mixture of lust, anticipation, curiosity and dash of trepidation felt while undressing someone you are about to have sex with for the first time.
Usage: She had not felt such intense disrobia since she was sixteen.
Disrobia is one of the best parts of having sex with someone new.
Etymology: The excitement, anticipation and building sexual tension all make disrobing someone else before sex a very unique experience, especially when it is the first time. Even the most experienced and expert lovers will often fumble over the belts, snaps, buttons and clasps.
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