Did she like the hours so spent in tete-a-tete conversation with the handsome young Marchese?
He never interrupted a confidence; never marred a tete-a-tete.
It was the first time that the happy couple admitted a third person to their tete-a-tete.
Jewel was not late to lunch, but eating it tete-a-tete with aunt Madge was not to her taste.
The loneliest thing in the world is to be tete-a-tete with one's conscience.
She replied that she was looking forward to their tete-a-tete.
The tete-a-tete travelling had pleased the young people, and on leaving the train they had promised to see each other again.
But I am afraid, my dear fellow, that I must leave you to a tete-a-tete with Eleanor.
Theodora rejoiced that his hobby had saved her a world of embarrassment, and still more that their tete-a-tete was interrupted.
I would rather keep my seat where I happen to be—and continue the tete-a-tete.
An intimate meeting or conversation between two individuals. From French, meaning “head to head.”