- v. present participle of romance.
“Years ago I received a crash course in dating and romancing from a Southern spitfire, an experience I fictionalized in my novel The Catsitters.”
“After missing the 1998 cut, Singh resolved to begin romancing Augusta.”
“I believe that is called romancing the small things of life.”
“Didn't Democrats learn anything from their so-called romancing of Senators Susan Collins, Olympia Snowe and”
“The mass romancing occurs when Bell, a New York lawyer disillusioned in romance, flees to Rome.”
“And the idea of romancing a woman like model Rose - who has openly admitted to kissing women - doesn't appeal to the former B2K singer.”
“While you float through the air in a private jet 'romancing' with a member of the rich Saudi elite, you conveniently forget that Saudi is a feudal state, ruled by an hypocritical and grossly self-indulgent family.”
“Tezuka's strength as an artist and story-teller is to take the unbelievable and commit it to paper without fear please see bizarre opening image of millions of little sperm-men just dying at a chance at "romancing" the female-egg goddess.”
“It didn't take a genius to know where this kind of romancing on the dance floor was leading.”
“After some controversy, the credit of first "romancing" the Tale of”
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