- a romantic or sexual relationship, esp a temporary one, between two people
- a great enthusiasm or liking for something ⇒
a love affair with ballet
Example Sentences Including 'love affair'
A disastrous love affair in the 1930S had left her emotionally scarred.
BRETT WHEATLEY is praying one kiss from Lady Luck will develop into a full-blown love affair.
Sun, News of the World (2000)
But he'd said love affair and that meant that Louis must have said the same.
THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
Having been brought up just outside Calcutta, jewelry designer Julie Prescott has had a long love affair with foot jewelry.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
I really think there must be a secret love affair going on between him and Carrie.
MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
Italy, it must be remembered, is a long-term love affair for most foreigners.
Country Life (2004)
Mr. Lafond insisted his life-long love affair with the sweet was the result of a childhood incident.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Sheep will have a second chance in their love affair this month.
ROCKY SUNG'S GUIDE TO CHINESE ASTROLOGY AND FENG SHUI 2003 (2002)
Yet, Americans seem to be engaged in a full-blown love affair with the British.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)
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