romance[ noun, adjective roh-mans, roh-mans; verb roh-mans ]SEE DEFINITION OF romance
Synonyms for romance
- affair of the heart
- love story
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROMANCE
Seasickness takes away all the romance that poets have invested it with.
I was full of romance and hope; now I've no romance, little hope, and some wrinkles.
But Mr. Thomson's contributions may fairly be said to have exhausted the "romance" of the road.
That was why Tillie's romance had only paraded itself before her and had gone by.
A year ago her half promise to Joe had gratified her sense of romance.
He was old and bleary, unmistakably dirty too—but he had divined Sidney's romance.
How can I get adventure and romance in a place where I know everybody?
You have to go out into the world to get adventure and romance!
Julie, the third imperishable Julie of French romance, never married.
To the romance the novel is what photography is to painting.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ROMANCE
- blow out of proportion
- build up
- cook up
- go to extremes
- lay it on thick
- loud talk
- make too much of
- pretty up
- put on