Definition of bromance
: a close nonsexual friendship between men
bromanticplay \brō-ˈman-tik\ adjective
Recent Examples of bromance from the Web
Clearly his creative bromance with Kim Jones, the brand’s creative director of menswear, is showing no signs of ending anytime soon.
But the prize for friendliness might go to Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who resumed a bromance first sparked in May at the Group of 7 summit with a warm hug, then some cocktail chatter.
The once-budding bromance between President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping seems to have cooled considerably after Beijing failed to rein in North Korea’s nuclear ambitions and missile program.
The bromance continued to brew this summer, when Vernon invited Chance to headline his and Aaron Dessner of The National's Eaux Claires festival in Wisconsin.
The first official selfie of Obama and Joe Biden’s bromance.
Trump also boasted that his proposal would increase human rights in Cuba, which is curious given his bromance with the leaders of the Philippines, Saudi Arabia and Turkey, all egregious violators.
His bromance with Rep. Cedric Richmond, now the leader of the Congressional Black Caucus, gets the most attention.
In the tradition of all great buddy escapades, amid the plot twists lies a fine bromance (well, a bit more than that, actually).
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Origin and Etymology of bromance
blend of bro and 1romance
First Known Use: circa 2001See Words from the same year
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