The meaning of romance in English
Romance – A necessary component for love. A popular medieval phrase with exaggeration on emotion. An unwritten language that forms between two people. The process of courtship.
Synonyms – Affair, attachment, courtship, fling, fascination, intrigue, love, passion, relationship, love story, enchantment
Usage and Examples:
Romance originated in stories told for the wealthy by the wealthy of Europe and entails exaggerated stories of love and lust.
Those who insist on romance of war never fight it themselves and instead send young men to do the killing and the dyeing.
My first romance magically appeared in college and swiped me off my feet.
One of the necessary components of a good Hollywood movie is romance.
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