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Definition of Amorist
AmoristAmorist Am"o*rist, n. [L. armor love. See Amorous.]
A lover; a gallant. [R.] --Milton.
It was the custom for an amorist to impress the name of
his mistress in the dust, or upon the damp earth, with
letters fixed upon his shoe. --Southey.
Meaning of Amorist from wikipedia
- The Amorist
is an English-language erotic magazine launched
in 2017 in the United
Pelling, after working
as a columnist
at the Daily
on the Australian writer Norman
Lindsay's 1934 novel
The Cautious Amorist
. A ship collision results
in four survivors
from an ocean liner
wrote: "I was never
a great amorist
I have loved several people
very deeply". David
- 1 is at large!". The Amorist
15 May 2017. Featherstone, Emma (26 April
2017). "'An erotic
Woman's Hour': The Amorist follows
boom in indie...
- much of the time she is on-screen. Herrmann
was so impressed
that he wanted
in the film...
- few if any copies
have survived) 1902 The Red House
1906 The Incomplete Amorist
and the Head (also published
as The House
with No Address)...
that date, and by an American
who used the pseudonym
'Cosmopolite' from 23 July 1910. The contribution
of 'The Amorist
and Olympus) Sa****ee (1933) Pan in the Parlour
(1933) The Cautious Amorist
(1934) (first published
in the U.S. in 1932); movie
version: Our Girl Friday...
- tale, too late to call Fifty Shades
of Red." Rowan
of The Amorist
, also said: "The Tryst
is a sly, feral, witty, offbeat erotic novella
W.R. Walkes London Prince
[unnamed role] 1929-12-03 The Amorists
H. Dennis Bradley London Royalty
1930-12-26 A Business
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