Platonic love

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Related to Platonic relationship: Platonic love
a pure, spiritual affection, subsisting between persons of opposite sex, unmixed with carnal desires, and regarding the mind only and its excellences; - a species of love for which Plato was a warm advocate.

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A platonic relationship steers into romantic waters.
After leaving for London in search of her long-lost brother, Lily (Deyn) starts a platonic relationship with a lesbian and is robbed by a homeless girl.
She added: "They knew each other from university and it was a purely platonic relationship, but I can only think they assumed she was his girlfriend.
After leaving Lancashire for London in search of her long-lost brother, Lily (Deyn) starts a platonic relationship with a lesbian who offers her a room and is robbed by a homeless girl as she plasters the capital with missing posters while suffering violent fits.
The gorgeous actress, who was once famous for her bushy eyebrows, also talks about her almost platonic relationship with late singer Michael Jackson, whom she called a "little kid" who was curious about dating.
The source added that Delevingne, who split from actress Michelle Rodriguez last month, had a platonic relationship with Gomez.
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She says, 'Platonic dating sites like Suzie's are an excellent resource, not only for the asexual community but other people as well who might not identify as asexual but may have other reasons for wanting a platonic relationship.
The only quibble is that intriguing hints about Cormoran's personal life and his sparkling, platonic relationship with Robin could have been expanded upon.
Pennington told the court he had a platonic relationship with the girl, whom he described as a friend who was having problems at home.