amour

All Noun
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  • But how did she come to know about her son's amours? Cited from The Red Planet, William J. Locke
  • What chance is there for love-making, and amours in such a place? Cited from A Reckless Character, And Other Stories, by Ivan Turgenev
  • Poor girls, he says, would often get their marriage portion by having amours with several young men. Cited from Primitive Love and Love-Stories, by Henry Theophilus Finck
  • But we all guy each other about each other's amours here. Cited from Tales From Bohemia, by Robert Neilson Stephens
  • It formed an island on which was placed the temple de l'Amour.
  • I knew better than any one the amours of the Emperor. Cited from Private Life of Napoleon, V2, by Constant
  • Perhaps this is the reason why no specific account of his numerous alleged amours have come down to us. Cited from The Conqueror, by Gertrude Franklin Atherton
  • He has HIS amours, of course -- why should she not have hers also? Cited from Vendetta, by Marie Corelli
  • The principal object of his amours is the wife of a friend. Cited from A Book Of Operas, by Henry Edward Krehbiel
  • Well, she was prepared to tell him that she was ready to witness his amours with another young girl. Cited from The Good Soldier, by Ford Madox Ford
  • A young gunner told me of all his amours, and they were very numerous. Cited from Adventures of a Despatch Rider, by W. H. L. Watson
  • Are you so earnest, so given up to literature, science, art, amours? Cited from Leaves of Grass, by Walt Whitman
  • She imagined that he wished her gone that she might not witness his amours with another girl. Cited from The Good Soldier, by Ford Madox Ford
  • Are you so earnest -- so given up to literature, science, art, amours? Cited from Poems By Walt Whitman, by Walt Whitman
  • I think it was old L'Amour, but I could not be quite certain. Cited from Uncle Silas, by J. S. LeFanu
  • She then released another album Historia de Amour which included many top hits.
  • You are so infatuated that you second his amours, in my house. Cited from Beauchamps Career by George Meredith, v6
  • It was also released in a French-language version called Parade d'amour.
  • He referred to it as l'amour de l'impossible (love of the impossible).
  • These are our little AMOURS PROPRES, my daughter: your father must respect himself. Cited from Tales and Fantasies by Robert Louis Stevenson
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