pseudo-romantic love



from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Falsely romantic.


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  • ÂHe fought a number of bad guys including, ironically, future Justice Leaguer Major Disaster, and actually managed to have a pseudo-romantic interest in one Iris Jacobs, later the supervillain Diamondeth.

    Hero History: Karate Kid | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • Developed by Kaplan Thaler Group, Trojan's "Evolve" campaign caught my attention, first and foremost, because it is a new way of selling condoms: using a more masculine-humor that isn't sleazy or pseudo-romantic to tell it like it is (people will meet in bars and sometimes this will result in sex -- it's a fact, Jack).

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  • If you like good writing about sappy/pseudo-romantic baseball-related experiences, check this out …

    There Goes a Really Slow Man

  • Eileen Tabios is pharmaceutical be easily of building up his/her mountain Tabios' pseudo-romantic indoctrination the World of reader.

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  • Also, it was the first time I had crossed the border since 1976 – when I ran off for a pseudo-romantic weekend in Quebec City with a then-boyfriend named Brad Bingham well, he did go to Amherst.

    The Pursuit of Happiness

  • Court of Spain -- during that disgraceful, pseudo-romantic adventure at

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  • Long before his death he had become the prophet and hero of a pseudo-romantic school, composed of young Englishmen dazzled by his intellectual brilliancy, and attracted rather than repelled by a certain Satanic taint in his moral sentiments.

    The Political History of England - Vol XI From Addington's Administration to the close of William IV.'s Reign (1801-1837)

  • Sugar Baby profiles on the website rarely, if ever, list a specific college or university, but a search for Miami-area college students turned up results ranging from racy to pseudo-romantic.

    The Seattle Times

  • The pseudo-romantic element of the show in season one between Carter and the now head of the Global Dynamic facility Allison Blake played by Salli Richardson, is enriched in the shows sophomore season by the complications of Blake's ex-husband (and former head of Global Dynamics) Nathan Stark.

    Home Theater Forum

  • The pseudo-romantic element of the show comes from the relationship between Carter and DOD agent Blake played by Salli Richardson.

    Home Theater Forum


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