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  • EN [ rəʊˈmæns]
  • US [ ˈroʊmæns]

English definition


  • 1. a relationship between two lovers

  • 2. an exciting and mysterious quality (as of a heroic time or adventure)

  • 3. a story dealing with love

  • 4. a novel dealing with idealized events remote from everyday life


  • 1. make amorous advances towards;

    • "John is courting Mary"
  • 2. have a love affair with

  • 3. talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions;

    • "The guys always try to chat up the new secretaries"
    • "My husband never flirts with other women"
  • 4. tell romantic or exaggerated lies;

    • "This author romanced his trip to an exotic country"

Example sentences

  • There is an air of romance about the old inn.

  • French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are Romance languages.

  • Jane's and Paul's life together is full of romance.

  • They tried to rekindle the flames of romance.

  • She wrote a romance about an artist's life in Tokyo.

  • A romance extending over several years was culminated.

  • They had a whirlwind romance .

  • It's that time of year again, when thoughts turn to romance and gallantry.

  • She loved him so much: it was a fairytale romance.

  • He got married after a whirlwind romance.

  • We were very discreet about the romance.

  • Jerry and Lise know their romance inflicts hurt on others, but they can't help themselves.

  • It is ridiculous to suggest we are having a romance.

  • All this questioning is so analytical and clinical — it kills romance.

  • I was beguiled by the romance and exotic atmosphere of the souks in Marrakech.

  • For a great many men and women, romance can be a most important part of marriage.

  • Romance is making a comeback. Reality is out.

  • I'm such a sucker for romance.

  • Our budding romance was over.

  • He still finds time for romance by cooking candlelit dinners for his girlfriend.

  • "Lorna Doone" is subtitled "a Romance of Exmoor".

  • We want to recreate the romance and excitement that used to be part of rail journeys.

  • I accept that the romance may have gone out of the marriage, but surely this is true of many couples.

  • Like "Gone With The Wind" it's an unashamed epic romance.

  • The film tries to be all things to all men— comedy, romance, fantasy, and satire.

  • I was reading some trashy romance novel.

  • Since taking up writing romance in 1967 she has brought out over fifty books.

Synonym discrimination

  • novel, romance, fiction, story, fable, tale

Meaning of romance

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