مداعبة, عبث, مداعبة غزل
Noun(1) the deliberate act of delaying and playing instead of working(2) playful behavior intended to arouse sexual interest
(1) His latest disc, Square, is his first dalliance with a major label, but it offers no ready singles.(2) ├ö├ç├┐I guess I'm never going to be forgiven for my dalliance with popular culture,├ö├ç├û he says.(3) That answer focused on the personalities of the two extant sexual partners as being merely unstable, unsuitable for sexual dalliance .(4) That dalliance with the truth about why sport actually exists spawned a little hybrid that would grow to take over the game, mostly because of its novelty.(5) If you love someone and they love you, why do something as silly as a one-time sexual dalliance if it would ruin a good thing?(6) Can Dr Ken save the day, or will his occasional sexual dalliance become the next victim of The Psycho Lover?(7) Over the next few days, the princess pointedly ignored Ramirez, choosing to spend time with Kamiko instead in romantic dalliance .(8) Last year, we had a brief dalliance with the return of chintz, with some retailers featuring it heavily.(9) Berkeley was my last dalliance with the education system(10) He won a first-class degree in natural sciences in 1868 and, after a four-year dalliance with a career in medicine, was chosen for the Challenger expedition.(11) The documentary was surprisingly upbeat for subject matters that included his chronic gambling and alcoholism, as well as a dalliance with suicide.(12) There was a weird flowering of interest in Eastern mysticism and brief dalliance with Krishna.(13) Jessica is the kind of woman few heterosexual people want to know about - the woman who is basically straight but has had the occasional dalliance with another woman.(14) Jack was not averse to an occasional dalliance with a pretty girl(15) We track Hemingway through his four marriages (and an occasional dalliance , such as the Italian girl Adriana who inspired some of his later work) and considerable globe-hopping.(16) The government may live to regret its recent dalliance with Euroscepticism if forces hostile to greater European integration unite to defeat the referendum on the Nice Treaty on May 31.
4. coquetry ::
5. flirt ::
Different Formsdalliance, dalliances
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