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  • adj. Not platonic.


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non- +‎ platonic


  • “This offer is for strictly nonplatonic cohabitation, possibly leading to long-term commitment.”

    And One Last Thing…

  • But Harry would have laughed at the notion of anything nonplatonic going on, would have joked about putting it in his chapter on sibling incest.

    Starting from Scratch

  • And those who only know the nonplatonic love have no need to talk of tragedy.

    Chapter XI. Part I

  • Earlier in the week, there were tabloid reports that she was slapped by Helen Marden at Bar Pitti over claims of a "nonplatonic" affair with Ms. Marden's husband, the artist Brice Marden.

    NYT > Home Page

  • News Daily News Columnist WE'VE ALL HEARD Facebook horror stories about bored spouses rekindling romances with old flings or nurturing new, nonplatonic connections. - Business News

  • Given a few days I’d found myself thinking of Katie and Tinnie in a nonplatonic fashion again.

    Angry Lead Skies


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