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synonyms for trysted

  • embrace
  • feel
  • kiss
  • caress
  • clasp
  • cling
  • cosset
  • court
  • cuddle
  • fondle
  • hold
  • hug
  • lick
  • neck
  • pet
  • press
  • shine
  • soothe
  • stroke
  • tryst
  • woo
  • draw close
  • look tenderly
  • make love
  • take into one's arms
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antonyms for trysted

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  • ignore
  • let go
  • push away
  • release
  • abstain
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How to use trysted in a sentence

We trysted to meet a few days later at Martigny, and look at the Cascade de Sallanches, to see if it might answer.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 363, DECEMBER 16, 1882VARIOUS
He had returned again to his banter about the supposititious girl I was trysted with up the glen, and my face showed my annoyance.
JOHN SPLENDIDNEIL MUNRO
I have heard invisible 177 birds singing, I have trysted with spirits of the air since I knew you.
THE JESSICA LETTERS: AN EDITOR'S ROMANCEPAUL ELMER MORE
But she wad hev nowt wi' me; she trysted wid Angus; so I went back home and broke the click reel of my new loom straight away.
THE SHADOW OF A CRIMEHALL CAINE
And I am trysted with these young fools, and cannot win down beside you to put in my word.
MERKLANDMRS. OLIPHANT
I am trysted with your cousin Charlie; I have passed my word.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 11 (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
On the seventeenth, the day I was trysted with the Writer, I had much rebellion against fate.
DAVID BALFOUR, SECOND PARTROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
This accordingly doing, we came to the eastern side of Loudon-hill, the trysted place, shortly after the first scad of the dawn.
RINGAN GILHAIZEJOHN GALT
Trysted to evil, she exclaimed, as Lewis told her in his careless way, of Mrs. Duncombes Paris life.
MERKLANDMRS. OLIPHANT
The spirit that was sent to its account in violence and haste, by Normans hand, would rise to bar that ill-trysted betrothal.
MERKLANDMRS. OLIPHANT
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