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Synonyms for amour

love affair

Synonyms for amour

an intimate sexual relationship between two people

Synonyms for amour

a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship

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C'est parce qu'il ne croit pas a la vertu des amours de rencontre qu'il vit avec la Francaise un amour de rencontre avec cette sincerite, cette violence" (OC II 103).
Et pour ne pas faillir a son autre violon d'Ingres, la melodie sentimentale, Houari se surpasse et chante les amours eperdues, impossibles ou encore heureuses.
The old French lays of Ignaure, Oiselet and Amours.
Brook, eds, The Old French Lays of Ignaure, Oiselet and Amours (Gallica), Woodbridge & Rochester, D.
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.
Ronsard, Petrarch, and the Amours. Gainesville: U P of Florida, 1999.
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.E.
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.
But the first-person poetic subject, too, has fallen under Cupid's domination at a "triumphant" age: "[Cupid] Voyant aussi, qu'en mes OEuvres, et dictz/J'allois blasmant d'amours tous les edictz,/Delibera d'un assault amoureux/ Rendre mon cueur (pour une) langoreux" (vv.
Politique des "Amours": Poetique et genese d'un genre francais nouveau (1544-1560).
Ronsard & Muret: Les Amours, leurs Commentaires.