inamorata


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in·am·o·ra·ta

 (ĭn-ăm′ə-rä′tə)
n.
A woman with whom one has an intimate romantic relationship.

[Italian innamorata, feminine of innamorato, inamorato; see inamorato.]

inamorata

(ɪnˌæməˈrɑːtə; ˌɪnæmə-)
n, pl -tas
a woman with whom one is in love; a female lover
[C17: see inamorato]

in•am•o•ra•ta

(ɪnˌæm əˈrɑ tə, ˌɪn æm-)

n., pl. -tas.
a female sweetheart or lover.
[1645–55; < Italian innamorata (feminine)]

inamorata

a female lover or a woman who is loved.
See also: Love
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.inamorata - a woman with whom you are in love or have an intimate relationship
lover - a person who loves someone or is loved by someone
adult female, woman - an adult female person (as opposed to a man); "the woman kept house while the man hunted"
Translations

inamorata

[ɪnˌæməˈrɑːtə] Namada f, querida f
References in classic literature ?
The anger which fired the eyes of the Musketeer, in spite of his efforts to suppress it, terrified his sensitive inamorata.
de Cominges is the General's inamorata, and, in the second place, that Mlle.
Walk in the front door of Russell McCormmach's house in the River Road area of Eugene, and the first thing you'll see, mounted in the entryway, is a three-dimensional paint-on-steel rendition of Pablo Picasso's 1932 painting "Girl Before a Mirror," modeled after the artist's latest inamorata, Marie Therese Walter.
Richard Williams was also responsible for elaborating Stephen McNeff's Prometheus Drown'd from a monologue for mezzo soprano to a music theatre piece for mezzo soprano (Clare McCaldin) and three actors, telling the story of the poet Shelley's death in a boating accident in Italy, as witnessed by his friend Trelawny and his inamorata Jane Williams.
Open-air tuna tar Omani Sulu's inamorata, nutria nepotist Noddy Sonatina-Dias
In 1784, Smith gravitated toward a Petrarch who was at a point in his life when he was reflecting on his own youthful passions and his memories of Laura, and who did so in a setting linked with his emotional development, a setting in which his grief and "faithful flame" burned in isolation from his inamorata.
The figure of Inamorata in the early frontispieces of Burton's Anatomy provides a kind of paradigm for the representation of the saturnine lover.
He had bumped into her in town when he was in the company of someone that he didn't want to be seen with, his current inamorata, that's the word he liked to use back then - his secret girlfriend, the other woman.
It's like Mrs Simpson's inamorata being given an award for abdicating.
11) Like David, Tereus transgresses against the youth of his inamorata ("After he was done with her, she shuddered / like a young lamb, broken by an old grey wolf"); and like David, he does so while in locus parentis (Ovid 2004,11.
And Blunt, who also played his inamorata in Gulliver's Travels, keeps the claws she flashed so brilliantly in The Devil Wears Prada well hidden.
Rice's name was first mentioned on the show as the neoconservative Jack Donaghy's down-low inamorata in 30 Rock's first season, in 2006.