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  • Some people are looking for romantic interests, while others just want to find friends.
  • However, with the coming of sound, his deep voice made him a romantic star.
  • A different kind of black was an important part of the romantic movement in literature.
  • His wife inspired him to write most of his romantic work.
  • The romantic comedy performed well at the box office and received strong reviews.
  • Despite this, by the end of the series the two characters were in a romantic relationship together.
  • He meets the woman from his memory, and they develop a romantic relationship.
  • The film was well received upon its release and is considered a classic romantic comedy by some.
  • The works of his youth are of a late-Romantic style.
  • She is initially angry with him, but that night, the two begin a romantic relationship.
  • Their romantic relationship would begin after both left Fritz five years later.
  • She realised that a romantic relationship with him would not work, and instead they remained friends.
  • Their friendship stayed strong even after their romantic relationship ended.
  • While this ended their 23-year romantic relationship, the two men remained friends.
  • Romantic love was a prevalent theme in many works composed during this period.
  • This series is more of a romantic comedy-drama rather than the earlier ones which center around serious drama.
  • He meets his future parents in high school and accidentally becomes his mother's romantic interest.
  • It is also the third highest-grossing romantic drama film of all time.
  • During the Romantic period, music often took on a much more nationalistic purpose.
  • Early interest in the environment was a feature of the Romantic movement in the early 19th century.
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Meaning of romantic

  • noun A soulful or amorous idealist
  • adjective Belonging to or characteristic of romanticism or the romantic movement in the arts
    romantic poetry