assignation assignation


  1. (n) a secret rendezvous (especially between lovers)
  2. (n) the act of distributing by allotting or apportioning; distribution according to a plan


  1. When her fiance learns about her outside partners, he insists she have a simultaneous assignation with all four of them, and her every orifice is plundered.
  2. The usual fees given to the boys were $5 to $10 per assignation.
  3. Sneak off for a little insectile assignation and the other members of the colony would know immediately and attack you for it.


  • 'Parkland' Trailer: Hollywood Does The JFK Assasination Again, But Now With More Zac Efron

    In Libra , his 1988 virtuosic novel about Lee Harvey Oswald, Don DeLillo referred to the assignation of John F. Kennedy as the “seven seconds that broke the back of the American century,” a discordant, disorienting moment of horror and existentialist dread in which a powerless man could come seemingly from nowhere and kill the most powerful man on the planet (though the novel, as well as many ...
    on August 21, 2013     Source: ScreenCrave


  1. "We have expressed positive intentions on the construction of a nuclear power plant and stressed that we expect satisfactory participation in the project and assignation of capacity," Poland's Economy Minister Waldemar Pawlak said at a news...
    on Feb 4, 2008 By: Waldemar Pawlak Source: Earthtimes (press release)

  2. "In 'Tosca,' we see a woman living in sin yet totally moral," Mauceri says. "She's good but not married. When she plans an evening assignation with her lover in the first act, she stands between two opposing images of women -- the whore of...
    on Mar 25, 2006 By: John Mauceri Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

  3. "It's that thing when two people are trying to have a private assignation and all of a sudden everyone knows about it," McAllister says.
    on May 7, 2004 By: David McAllister Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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