girlfriend

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  • noun

Synonyms for girlfriend

Synonyms for girlfriend

any female friend

a girl or young woman with whom a man is romantically involved

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InstaLover is a dedicated ManServant that will dote on your girlfriend via Instagram.
The donation resulted from the 8th annual Victorious Woman's Girlfriend Gala held on May 21, 2014 at Edgmont Country Club.
15 ( ANI ): An Internet venture is offering a Facebook girlfriend for just five dollars.
Loew believes it's good to have wives and girlfriends staying at a hotel close to the team HQ.
In 1999 Jenkins went to the house of a former girlfriend and broke a picture on the wall because he saw her with another man in her home.
Wales' own WAGs Boutique will stock designer donations at a snip of the price - as worn by Alix Popham's wife Jo, Sonny Parker's girlfriend Julie Cockram, Roger Johnson's wife Melissa, Paul Parry's girlfriend Sam Williams, Robert Sowden-Taylor's girlfriend Elinor Hydes and Chris Czekaj's girlfriend Pat Roberts.
I'm 23 and met my girlfriend at a party when she was 17, three years ago.
Her girlfriends help her with these questions, but Marilyn knows it's up to her to find meaning in her life.
Jess doesn't know if Sari loves David or if she just yearns to be popular and successful as David and his girlfriend are.
Cavallari and her girlfriends have done extensive research on girlfriends' getaways and how to discover all the great things that come from getting away with girlfriends.
To bolster the ranks of fake girlfriends, the website is inviting women to send in their profiles, with a 50 percent profit-sharing incentive.
Not only do the holidays give women an excuse to reconnect, but spending time with girlfriends causes the body to emit the "feel good" hormone oxytocin.
The 38-year-old with 109 caps - now one of the team's backroom staff - said allowing Posh and other Wives And Girlfriends to be with their men during the tournament would prove England's downfall.
The sitcom ``The Game'' is a spinoff of UPN's popular ``Girlfriends'' and concerns the wives and girlfriends of professional football players.
The report also shows that vacations including just girlfriends and female family members ease stress and have become an important part of the lives of American women.