[ US /ˈæmɝəst/ ]
- one dedicated to love and lovemaking especially one who writes about love
How To Use amorist In A Sentence
- There is, indeed, later evidence that he remained susceptible to women, though he never married and was of too calm a temper, and too thoroughly immersed in intellectual pursuits, to qualify as an amorist.
- She fulfilled, you see, four of the five conditions necessary for what may be called the Australian Ideal — she was an immensely rich, stunningly beautiful, highly-skilled professional amorist with the sexual appetite of a pagan priestess; she did not own a public house. Flashman and the Dragon
- She was no refined amorist, that one, strong as a bullock, randy as a stoat, and the roughest ride I could remember since Ranavalona of Madagascar — another Black Pearl of Africa, but before I could make philosophic review of this coincidence, my attention was distracted by a gentle pricking of some sharp point under my right ear, and a soft voice whispering: Flashman on the March
- Second, and this is the bit that really gets the Professor's goat, there's the abuse of Orwell, who would have had as little time for arboreal amorists and anarchist cab drivers as he did for Stalin's butchers and their apologists.
- The drunkard becomes a moral enthusiast as he tells the truth about the amorist, and the amorist as he tells the truth about the sot.
- Frizzy straight-cut masses that would have charmed Rossetti abounded, and one gentleman, who was pointed out to Graham under the mysterious title of an "amorist", wore his hair in two becoming plaits a la Marguerite. When the Sleeper Wakes
- MacMillan rotation amorist sigh chording subsections … Think Progress » Iraqi Leaders Call On U.S. To Set Timetable
- One, he said, "will be more fully told by the SEC and the Justice Department as it examines how the FDA process and what appears to be some rather amoristic players conspired in a way that allowed insider trading to potentially occur and an awful lot of investors to lose a lot of money while insiders were trading on information that was available only to them. Bush's FDA - Perpetual Leaker of Insider Information
- I hate him about his patent henesy, plasfh it, yet am I amorist. Finnegans Wake
- Not that I minded that part of it at all; she was an uncommon inventive amorist, and when you've been chief stud and bath attend-ant to Queen Ranavalona of Madagascar, with the threat of boiling alive or impalement hanging over you if you fail to satisfy the customer, then keeping pace even with Susie is gammon and peas. Isabelle