Noun(1) a relationship between two lovers(2) an exciting and mysterious quality (as of a heroic time or adventure(3) the group of languages derived from Latin(4) a story dealing with love(5) a novel dealing with idealized events remote from everyday life
Verb(1) make amorous advances towards(2) have a love affair with(3) talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions(4) tell romantic or exaggerated lies
Adjective(1) relating to languages derived from Latin
(1) Oh, and there is the fact that I no longer travel the world attending academic conferences in search of adventure and romance .(2) We'd prefer something with a little more class, a touch of sentiment and romance perhaps, and first-rate production values.(3) That, combined with the lights of the city and French conversation, clarified why Paris was always associated with romance .(4) For middle-aged women since the 1950s, Paris has been associated with romance - and sometimes with sex.(5) It is meant to act as a check on the problematic impulses of romance and sentimentalism.(6) Enveloped in romance and mystique, craft beers came into their own between 1987 and 1995.(7) This is the time for romance : a love affair seems to be blossoming.(8) Admittedly, the cigarette helped create an aura of mystery and romance even in the very early years of film.(9) Thus, if we are to associate Hawthorne's explanation of sympathy with any genre, it should not be with either romance or sentimental fiction.(10) Unfortunately, though, many do not; in fact, many do the opposite, fostering a mystique and romance about weapons.(11) You write in several different genres; you've written some science fiction and romance in addition to mystery.(12) Personals is an online oasis for single people seeking dates, romance , and lifelong partners.(13) There was no sense in destroying their idealized visions of romance .(14) Each one was dreading that the other might say it was just a holiday romance and that they wanted to finish it.(15) Both men and women consider romance and passion far less important than support and caring.(16) The feeling of romance and love quickly fled from her body, so she was now left with a cold, alone feeling.
1. love ::
3. love story ::
4. mystery ::
5. romanticism ::
6. woo ::
7. romanticize ::
8. coquet ::
Different Formsromance, romanced, romances, romancing
English to Welsh Dictionary: romance
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