Examples of dalliance in a Sentence
an extremely serious scientist who is not much given to dalliance or idle chitchat
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But if these dalliances between the visible and invisible worlds really do produce DAMA’s data, several other experiments would probably also have detected dark matter by now.
Bogarde reportedly wrote the pivotal scene in which Farr comes clean with Laura about his secret dalliance with Barrett, which means the actor may have been responsible for the movie's roundhouse punch.
Despite rumors of a dalliance with a female gymnastics star, Putin publicly presents himself as upright and abstemious.
Simon and Blue are left to wonder just who the object of their digital dalliance really is.
In line with these reports, many have speculated that Kendall has used her alleged dalliances with guys to hide her sexuality.
Hell, Kim Kardashian West said the only thing that rescued her hair from her two-week dalliance with platinum blonde was rigorous use of Olaplex.
Then, as now, extramarital dalliance was not uncommon among the men and women who moved in the capital’s social and political circles.
As the months rolled on, other allegations included dalliances with an escort, and the publication of images of topless women and a naked man, who turned out to be former Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek, lounging at his Sardinia home.
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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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