Examples of dalliance in a Sentence
an extremely serious scientist who is not much given to dalliance or idle chitchat
Recent Examples of dalliance from the Web
With Seth digging into his dalliance with Laura Moretti, and with Sean and Hammerschmidt now separately digging into the death of Rachel Posner, Doug seems more and more exposed—
And President Clinton visited Russia and Northern Ireland in 1998, after testifying to the grand jury investigating his dalliance with Monica Lewinsky.
The film will not be Prince-Bythewood's first dalliance with superheroes.
After an unsuccessful dalliance with Flash animation, the show’s official website has been entirely redesigned.
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First Known Use of dalliance
DALLIANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dalliance for English Language Learners
: an action that is not serious
: a romantic or sexual relationship that is brief and not serious
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