He then had a fling with Marianne Ginther, and eventually left his wife to marry her.
Blonde Olivia Hunt, also 28, had a fling with the Prince before he met Kate at university.
Unmarried women are coming back to the Democrats after their 2010 fling with Republicans.
Remember, the people surveyed have already signed up for a fling.
But this time, we were looking for more than just a couple of great dates or a fling.
Diana of Ephesus is always prepared to fling prudence to the winds for the red-nosed comedian who sits on his hat.
You remember how Dick used to fling back his head when he laughed?
And he that might have thrust you beneath the flood and drowned you there did but fling you into the boat.
I cling for a second to what is, and then I fling myself headlong into what is to be.
There was his own, which he deemed it no excess of chivalry to fling into the gulf.
c.1300, probably from or related to Old Norse flengja "to flog," of uncertain origin. The Middle English intransitive sense is that suggested by phrase have a fling at "make a try." An obsolete word for "streetwalker, harlot" was fling-stink (1670s). Related: Flung; flinging.
"attempt, attack," early 14c.; see fling (v.). Sense of "period of indulgence on the eve of responsibilities" first attested 1827. Meaning "vigorous dance" (associated with the Scottish Highlands) is from 1806.