Top 10 similar words or synonyms for dalliances

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for dalliances

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Comus (disambiguation) In Greek mythology, Comus or Komus is the god of festivity, revels and nocturnal dalliances (the so-called "Komastic rituals").
Leonard A. Gordon However, the book has also been criticized for not being sufficiently critical of Bose's dalliances with European fascism and Japanese imperialism.
HMS Comus Five ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS "Comus", after the Greek god of festivity, revels and nocturnal dalliances:
Dick Gregory Gregory began his political career by running against Richard J. Daley for the mayoralty of Chicago in 1967. Though he did not emerge victorious, this would not prove to be the end of his dalliances in electoral politics.
BrzydUla Sebastian Olszański (Łukasz Garlicki) - Marek Dobrzański's best friend from his student days. He is in love with Viola, who likes rich men. Despite this, he is a womanizer interested more in short-lived dalliances than any long-term relationship.
Under the Doctor Under the Doctor is a 1976 British sex comedy directed by Gerry Poulson and starring Barry Evans, Liz Fraser and Hilary Pritchard. A Harley Street doctor enjoys a number of dalliances with his female patients.
Gerda Munsinger A judicial inquiry regarding the politicians' dalliances with Munsinger found that there had been no security leak resulting from the affair. Munsinger received "over a hundred" letters from Canadians expressing sympathy for the affair.
Salad days The phrase was coined in Shakespeare's "Antony and Cleopatra" in 1606. In the speech at the end of Act One in which Cleopatra is regretting her youthful dalliances with Julius Caesar she says:
Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken However, in other ways, the episode veers back to book canon: "Whereas Loras’ arrest suggested the show was replacing Margaery’s alleged dalliances with his homosexuality, here the show gradually builds to Margaery’s arrest for lying on her brother’s behalf."
Carol Groves The "Liverpool Echo" described Carol as "Weird and wacky" before describing her time on the show saying: "Carol enjoyed dalliances with characters Kurt, Tony and Finn. Singing at The Loft, she was spotted and offered a cruise ship job".