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love affair

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an intimate sexual relationship between two people

Synonyms for amour

a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship

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L'amour encore et toujours pour l'artiste qui se complait devant [beaucoup moins que]Achek memhoun[beaucoup plus grand que], pour dire et paraphraser que les amours ne sont pas comme on le croirait de tout repos.
Amours is a simple love story between a noble man and woman who are temporarily parted.
Researching the sources and analogues for the story of the coeur mange ('eaten heart') in Ignaure, for instance, is in itself a considerable undertaking, and this book includes two additional lays, Oiselet and Amours.
Les Amours romanesques de la fin des guerres de religion au temps de L'Astree (1585-1628): Fictions narratives et representations culturelles.
De Corbiere a Tristan: "Les Amours jaunes," une quete de l'identite.
His wonderful version of Corbiere's Amours jaunes is a landmark.
This significant study concerns primarily three of Ronsard's poetic clusters: Les Amours (1552-53); Sonets pour Helene (1578); and "Sur la mort de Marie" (1578).
Fresh dirt on the lesbian amours of Garbo, Dietrich, and Hollywood's golden girls
Amours bought the property five years ago from the estate of G.
And Nicolas Musin's choreography, though more challenging than anything Baker probably danced, did capture the sexy naivete of J'ai deux amours.
Phelan's selection is excellent, and he offers a well-argued rationale for it in the introduction, but it is unfortunate that although Amours de Voyage and Dipsychus are there in their entirety (always bearing in mind that the latter is not complete) there is nothing from The Bothie.
It is here that the poet finds himself in the middle of the journey: "au milieu de ma voye,/ Assez & trop ces deux amours trouvoye" (vv.
Alduy limits her inquiry to those texts produced between 1544--the date of Maurice Sceve's Delie--and 1560, the year that Ronsard published his Oeuvres, thus setting off a new trend toward publishing complete works that led to the relative demise of the Amours genre.
Ronsard & Muret: Les Amours, leurs Commentaires.