English version

tryst

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtrysttryst /trɪst, traɪst/ noun [countable] literary 🔊 🔊 RELATIONSHIPa meeting between lovers in a secret place or at a secret time – often used humorously
Examples from the Corpus
trystVernacular cosmopolitans are compelled to make a tryst with cultural translation as an act of survival.The letter invites Leonardo to a tryst in the grove where Terentia is to meet Lycander.Tyrone fleeing from Maria's hotel tryst was equally unlikely.secret hotel trystsMy master was still asleep, as he had been the previous evening when I returned from my love tryst.She could never get accustomed to motel trysts.By July the Minister's secret trysts were laid bare.She ventured to go back to the tree of the tryst, the mulberry with the shining white fruit.
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