Despite plenty of gossip in Copenhagen cafes, no politician has ever been booted from office because of a dalliance.
These affinities are arguably at the heart of the 40-year dalliance of Iranian and Syrian despots.
Gingrich, of course, had been leading the impeachment drive against Bill Clinton over his own dalliance with a White House intern.
The next gallery offers rose-tinted portraits and a marked, pre-Cubism dalliance with neoclassicism.
Should she leave her husband and endure loneliness or tolerate his dalliance and keep a companion for old age?
Any trifling or dalliance on his part would have been his ruin.
This dalliance, however, did not suit the ardor of my angry favorite.
It was then, as in after years she was the woman serious, when her own songs moved her, with her dalliance and indifference gone.
Sr W.—In sooth, when a shift's turned up, delay is meet for naught but dalliance.
You are his mother, and a kind woman, will you continually search out his dalliance?