Examples of amour in a Sentence
memoirs devoted to accounts of his amours
in her memoirs the diva candidly recalls her amours with some of opera's best-known tenors and baritones
Recent Examples of amour from the Web
Being in the vanguard gives social superiority, satisfying that most dangerous product of a commercial society—amour-propre.
Paris The capital of amour lives up to its name, at least for traveling ladies.
Prada enlisted architects to design new accessories, including a padded front pack that could stand in as a form of body amour, and a utility tool apron.
There is no such thing as private satisfaction of amour propre.
Concessions at this stage would damage national amour propre to an unacceptable degree.
David Parnes and Adriana Abnosi tied the knot in the country of amour on Sunday.
Thanks to Madame Pazargadi’s amour for her students and the French language, the French wedding has grown each year.
Common cause, in turn, leads to common ground (both aspire to be writers), common ground to friendship, and friendship, for Casement, to a misty-eyed amour fou that will long outlast Ward’s youthful handsomeness.
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AMOUR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of amour for English Language Learners
: a sexual relationship : a love affair; especially : a secret love affair
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