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The presidential paramour was French film star Julie Gayet, 42, confirming months of behind-the-scenes innuendo.

Once in Syria, she allegedly intended to marry her online paramour and begin working as a nurse in an ISIS camp.

We learned that Ted Chaough, Peggy's self-exiled paramour, does not.

The photos purport to show a secret overnight visit by Hollande to his alleged paramour on Dec. 30.

Peter Quinn (Rupert Friend) is still teetering on the edge of Carrie's personal life; perhaps he'll be her new paramour.

The sheik, panic-struck, came in and made submission, revealing the treachery of the ranee's paramour and adviser.

The world takes it for granted that the wife or paramour of a man of genius is in duty bound to sacrifice herself for him.

I know thee full well; thou art not free from vices: of the Æsir and the Alfar, that are herein, each has been thy paramour.

Then they went to supper, and the damosel loved Palomides as paramour, but the book saith she was of his kin.

Ah, madam, said Sir Percivale, what use and custom is that in a lady to destroy good knights but if they will be your paramour?


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to paramour, such as: admirer, beau, concubine, lover, mistress, and sweetheart.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.