Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A writer of romance.
- n. One who romances; one who invents fictitious or extravagant stories.
- n. One who romances.
- n. entertainment industry A romantic film or television show.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who romances.
- romance + -er (Wiktionary)
“The dullest street of the most prosaic town has matter in it for more smiles, more tears, more intense excitement, than ever were written in story or sung in poem; the reality is there, of which the romancer is the second-hand recorder.”
“Judge Jarriquez herein alluded to a story by the great American romancer, which is a masterpiece.”
“The problem, say some critics in China, is that director Hu Mei's "undignified" version of Confucius is turning the originator of Confucianism into a kung fu-fighting romancer, which is in contrast to their image of him as a saintly philosopher who espoused fundamental, traditional values of harmony and piety towards elders that many modern Chinese still cling to.”
“What are the most brilliant fancies of a child or of a mere ignorant "romancer," compared to the amazing visions of the Arctic regions or the high Alps, which we have seen?”
“Romain Duris is a romancer-for-hire, paid lavish sums by families and friends to woo away a daughter/sister/friend before she commits to a loser that everyone can see is a disaster in the making.”
“She lowered her lids, hoping she could keep this lumbering romancer at a distance without resorting to her knife.”
“Proving a romancer in The Notebook and a dangerous force in The Believer and a brooding presence in Half Nelson.”
“The actor originally cast as the reporter, Brad Pitt, would have fit more believably as the politician's pal, not to mention romancer of the politician's aging glamour girl wife, played with deft resignation by Robin Wright Penn.”
“I have terrible news--news that will most certainly affect you directly as an admitted mule romancer audio.”
“Anderson's mom griped she'd never met her new son-in-law, while big-time producer and reported Pam-romancer Jon Peters suddenly felt it necessary to issue word that they hadn't really been dating -- so don't think he got burned or anything.”
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Hopefully, I'll be using this site for more than one year. It will be fun then to look back and see what new words I found worthy of notice in any given year.
All words spotted in 2008...
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