2. The capacity to arouse or entice another person romantically and/or sexually, specifically through text, as in an email.
3. The state or quality of being romantically and/or sexually aroused or enticed by another person's use of written words, as in an email.
4. The possession of sexual character or potency as expressed written words.
5. Preoccupation with or involvement in sexual matters through the use of words.
6. The condition of being characterized and distinguished by sex through the written word.
Note: Writing email replaces certain people's need for romantic and sexual yearning, for the longing to be understood and appreciated, and to hear from someone one considers "special." The Internet provides a semi-private, if not secret, means to be intimately in touch with another person at a secure distance without the commitment of physical contact. With the fear of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and the taboo of promiscuity, emailing provides a safe haven.
2. Emaiing gave the lovers a means to send letters to each other brimming with texuality without disrupting their respective marriages.
3. The boy felt lucky to have found an equal in terms of texuality: a girl on the Internet with a capacity for words as well as erotic interest.