• " 1. the basic, real, and invariable nature of a thing or its significant individual feature or features: Freedom is the very essence of our democracy. 2. a substance obtained from a plant, drug, or the like, by distillation, infusion, etc., and containing its characteristic properties in concentrated form. 3. an alcoholic solution of an essential oil; spirit. 4. a perfume; scent. 5. Philosophy. the inward nature, true substance, or constitution of anything, as opposed to what is accidental, phenomenal, illusory, etc. 6. something that exists, especially a spiritual or immaterial entity. Idioms: 7. in essence, essentially; at bottom, often despite appearances: For all his bluster, he is in essence a shy person. 8. of the essence, absolutely essential; critical; crucial: In chess, cool nerves are of the essence."
    • Jewels Vern
      Yeah, so when someone asks about the "essence" of a woman, which of those definitions would apply? Someone could get himself SRSLY embarrassed here.
    • Ice man
      I would say # 5 is your Huckleberry .... But if you need further instruction .... you are seriously past being in tune, and should give up on the idea of spending any time with a woman, at least in the capacity of a meaningful relationship. Looks like it's "hookers" for you, at least the only thing YOU have to bring to the table is
  • Love is a divine mystery. So the essence of love as a "universal principle" is the most transformative force on our planet.

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