amour amour

Definition(s):

  • (n) a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship

Usage(s):

  1. From the Duke of Westminster, Chanel's most renowned amour, came more jewels: these she had copied, setting off the costume-jewelry vogue.
  2. It was Liebe in Berlin, amour in Paris.
  3. Which is not to say that his topic is rich ninnies who somehow stumble through confusion to blissful amour.

News

  1. Athletes of the year: Milestones only one part of St. Amour's legacy

    From field hockey, ice hockey and girls lacrosse to baseball, boys soccer and a 2,000-point-breaking season in basketball, South Burlington's Anne-Marie Farmer and Missisquoi Valley Union's Matt St. Amour are this year's Burlington Free Press' athletes of the year.
    on June 25, 2013     Source: The Burlington Free Press

  2. Athletes of the year: Six state titles a testament to Farmer's fortitude

    From field hockey, ice hockey and girls lacrosse to baseball, boys soccer and a 2,000-point-breaking season in basketball, South Burlington's Anne-Marie Farmer and Missisquoi Valley Union's Matt St. Amour are this year's Burlington Free Press' athletes of the year.
    on June 24, 2013     Source: The Burlington Free Press

Quotes

  1. "The guy who was least excited about 'Rod Brind'Amour Night' was probably Rod Brind'Amour," Williams said. "He wants to sweep things under the rug and say it's no big deal, but it's a heck of an accomplishment."
    on Dec 30, 2006 By: Justin Williams Source: Forbes

  2. "They had got a little momentum and the crowd got back into it, and that (goal by Brind'Amour) kind of calmed everyone down at the end of the period," Leighton said.
    on Oct 19, 2008 By: Michael Leighton Source: Reuters

  3. "We caught them on a bad line change," said Stillman. "Roddy (Brind'Amour) gave me a great pass, I thought I had a breakaway but I threw the puck on net and it found its way into the net."
    on May 2, 2006 By: Cory Stillman Source: Sports Network

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