other words for romancing
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
I fear any who read this must have thought me fairly good at “romancing.”
Lidgerwood laughed, recognizing Miss Brewster's romancing gift, or the results of it.
We will finish this sketch of the romancing tendencies of our early literature by a description of a dragon from "Sir Degoré:"
Because whisky brings vapors, and then you think you're a great man, and get romancing about what you could do if you liked.
It seemed far more likely that Puck was romancing, yet I felt in my bones and heart and solar plexus that he wasn't!
They were extremely romantic and were given occasionally to romancing.
The poet does not leave out of this Book the previous tendency of Ulysses to romancing.
This young lady, it appeared, was rather in the habit of romancing; and the governess thought she might be doing it then.
This is contrary to the ideas of the romancing novelist, who as a rule reforms and rewards the wildest youth.
“Please tell them, Nina, that we are not romancing,” she cried indignantly.