- n. Plural form of assignation.
“It just felt good to keep talking so I related all the facts Geraldine had given me about our mother and her so-called assignations with different men.”
“But members of Icann's board have argued that in order to maintain neutrality in dealing with domain name assignations, it should create .xxx and allow websites with sexually explicit content to start using the suffix on a voluntary basis.”
“But members of ICANN's board have argued that in order to maintain neutrality in dealing with domain name assignations, it should create .xxx and allow websites with sexually explicit content to start using the suffix on a voluntary basis.”
“The unnamed Liberty Mutual executive refused to assign new work to Devereaux's firm unless he received favors, including the use of a New York apartment for meetings and "assignations,”
“Their affair invoked the unreality of Italian opera -- assignations in gliding gondolas and charming, out-of-the-way villas, and long, long hours in bed.”
“Ideal spot for intimate assignations or selling secrets.”
“Cheery illuminated signs hang over damp late-60s assignations: a bus stop, a Golden Egg, a Wimpy.”
“At the end of the summer, Mimi returned to Wheaton College, an all-girl school in Massachusetts, but her assignations with the President went on.”
“Mr. Koson was meticulous with his details, going so far as to describe the weather conditions at the time of the assignations.”
“He is more expansive about his personal life, telling us about his romantic assignations and those of others.”
Looking for tweets for assignations.