dalliance

[ dal-ee-uh ns, dal-yuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF dalliance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DALLIANCE

This dalliance, however, did not suit the ardor of my angry favorite.

Let him start at once on the jack trail, that primrose path of dalliance.

Sr W.—In sooth, when a shift's turned up, delay is meet for naught but dalliance.

"Go to your dalliance," sneered Bora, who had overheard the message.

Not returning in due course, her husband grew wroth at her dalliance.

This dalliance with whisky, therefore, struck him as a needless compromise.

There is nothing like it in the days of his dalliance with her.

It came upon her burningly that it was to this that her dalliance with the count had brought her.

It did not appear likely that I should enjoy much leisure for dalliance of the sort he blamed.

What an ending—what an ending—to those pleasant days of dalliance at Shaylor's Patch!

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