romantic


romantic
01. We had a [romantic] candlelit supper together for our wedding anniversary.
02. They became [romantically] involved during a conference they were both attending in Paris last summer.
03. He became [romantically] involved with his wife's best friend, and eventually got a divorce.
04. After 20 years together, there wasn't a lot of [romance] left in their marriage.
05. André Maurois once said that we owe to the Middle Ages the two worst inventions of humanity - gunpowder and [romantic] love.
06. My boyfriend is so [romantic]; he's always surprising me with flowers or a candlelit dinner.
07. His girlfriend put on some [romantic] music, turned down the lights, and kissed him.
08. There is an African-American proverb which states that [romance] without finance don't stand a chance.
09. She has a very [romantic] view of life in that country, which has no basis in reality.
10. We spent a [romantic] evening in front of the fireplace after a wonderful day of skiing.
11. That song always puts me in a [romantic] mood.
12. He likes the [romance] of being able to go anywhere he wants, any time he wants.
13. The ad read simply, "Single, clean male seeks same for friendship, and possible [romance]."
14. Their friendship evolved into a serious [romance] after they went on a skiing holiday together.
15. In North America, it is common for people to hold hands in public if they are [romantically] involved.
16. Portugese is a [Romance] language, as are French, Spanish and Italian.
17. The city of Venice has a strong [romantic] appeal.

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