Recent Examples of polyamory from the Web
But the opening scene, which finds two sets of married friends discussing the idea of polyamory over wine and cheese, has the chipper blitheness of those comedies of middle-class manners that were once the bread and butter of Broadway.
Cunning Minx, creator and host of the Polyamory Weekly podcast, says she's seen a significant change in how the mainstream media treats polyamory in just the three years since her first episode.
His delightful aesthetic flows from, and is continually refreshed by, stylistic polyamory.
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Origin and Etymology of polyamory
polyamorous (from poly- + amorous) + 2-y
First Known Use: 1992See Words from the same year
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