liaison[ lee-ey-zawn, lee-uh-zon, -zuh n or, often, ley-; lee-ey-zuh n, -zon; French lye-zawn ]SEE DEFINITION OF liaison
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The offspring of a liaison between a bald head and a bank account.
His son, who was then at Court with him, was, upon the pretext of a liaison with Mdlle.
A liaison between her and Flory led to the ruin of the latter on the Stock Exchange.
He speaks of “the liaison” with all the rude simplicity and frankness of the Arabian Nights.
The first-class citizens who owned the plants had their own liaison.
And I knew his attitude toward the sort of liaison we both despised.
The liaison officer had come with them thus far, and was looking at his watch.
Would not a liaison be better than that—a liaison, and a son he could adopt?
What there was rare and excellent in the liaison came from you.
The idea of breaking off his liaison with the Marquise never had entered his mind.