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We find out just how amorous their romance could be—and how capable they were of hurting each other.

From Time

They include “gross indecency,” which is defined as “the public show of amorous relations between or among persons of the same sex.”

Alex Alonso, SHRM’s chief knowledge officer, isn’t surprised that amorous relationships have flourished within remote teams.

From Quartz

In just a few hours on Friday night, the race was upended — Tillis revealed a coronavirus diagnosis that would keep him isolated for days, and Cunningham admitted to sending amorous text messages to a California political strategist.

He was certainly more than anxious to have an amorous relationship.

Nobody will argue about the proper English spelling of amorous, from the Latin root amor.

Does that viral video of Moore getting amorous with childlike Philip Tanzini really prove a pattern going back to her teen years?

In but a few minutes, we were introduced to the object of Justin's amorous display, the gorgeous and talented Linda Fairstein.

And how amorous you become when your courtship with the muses is going strong.

The chambermaid is otherwise engaged, for an amorous spark is seen to be kissing her in the open doorway.

The princess was in the family conclave which met to consider an amorous escapade of the Duchesse Antoinette de Langeais.

With all my vagaries, my uncertain emotions, I didn't want just the excitement of an affair, an amorous adventure.

Like an old lover who discovers a moldy package of amorous epistles, Don Custodio arose and approached the desk.

It sounded to him like the tender reproach of an amorous, expectant maiden, waiting eagerly for her love, too long delayed.


On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to amorous, such as: erotic, romantic, amative, amatory, aphrodisiac, and ardent.

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