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Romantic ContextPlay
Use 'amour' when discussing a romantic relationship, often extramarital or secretive. SlideTheir secret amour began with subtle glances.
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French OriginPlay
'Amour' is French for love; using it adds a touch of sophistication or romance to the English text. SlideHis amour was as fervent as a Parisian night.
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Literary FlairPlay
The term 'amour' carries a literary flavor, suited for written narratives, poetry or storytelling. SlideIn the novel, her unrequited amour propelled the plot.