Last edited on Nov 28 2010. Where does this category appear in the slang thesaurus? A connection with the human race that goes beyond the mundane world of needs and profession. I guess I should call the ball and chain so I don't get yelled at. I made up a few I think work well. There is always leman — a lover or sweetheart from lief+man. He's not my fiance and who knows how long it will be till we go there. Any words you can come up with? Ladyfriend…bleahhh, takes me back to the disco years.
So give the term a try. Another word for sexy that you can use to get the point across that you definitely want to get hot and heavy with them is sensuous. There will also be a list of synonyms for your answer. He's not my fiance and who knows how long it will be till we go there. The term partner nowadays usually denotes a member of a serious, long-term romantic relationship, up to and including marriage.
It will mean the world to them to know they have such an impact on someone. Life Hostage The good: It's sweet enough to eat, and doubles as a nickname appropriate in the bedroom and out. Last edited on May 14 2011. Because, when you're both adults, isn't he a little old to be your boyfriend? And in the context, I think most people can guess what it means. Upiarr… sounds… romantic, French-ish, intimate, mysterious.
If you would like to suggest a new answer or even a completely new clue please feel free to use the. The bad: Not to be confused with Halloween. We've listed any clues from our database that match your search. Last edited on May 23 2016. Below you will be able to find all Another word for boyfriend. Oooh - i like that one. It's definitively romantic without getting into the whole status of the relationship thing, and it's neither geriatric-sounding nor juvenile.
But this word has no utility outside of references to marital infidelity. If you feel that you just want to scoop them up and get lost in them, this is the word for sexy. Person of the Opposite Sex Sharing Living Quarters? I went to a party with my boyfriend we're 25 and 30 respectively and I introduced myself to a girl there. Concubine and consort have been used--but not on any official documents! But the anniversary that means the most to us is May 10th; the one just past marks the 34th anniversary of our first date. Therefore, you should use other words. I feel like I'm 13 when I say boyfriend online, but not in person because I'm obviously not prepubescent.
My friends and I have discussed this before and we're at a stale mate, so I turn to the Dopers to help! The question she had been longing for since they had decided to move in together. It is a word that was coined by the television show Star Trek—The Next Generation, and comes from a race of people called Betazed. Would you like to answer one of these instead? For crying out loud, I'm almost 42 years old! The bad: Explaining you didn't pay this guy to sit at your table at your best friend's wedding. Perhaps it is time to invent a new word. I don't think there is one. If a particular answer is generating a lot of interest on the site today, it may be highlighted in orange. And using the right one can make a huge difference in how the other person sees you.
When do I introduce him to my kids? I have used partner but it sounds as if we were in business together. This is a very hungry word. A more intimate and more meaningful word than partner could be, , sometimes spelled as two words, soul mate. Goin' to the bae's house later. Suitor is too stiff, does not imply an established relationship, and traditionally denotes a man. You're an adult, but a cool adult.
A friend of mine used to work for a government agency. My neighbor has been with the same guy for almost 15 years, second time around for each. Last edited on Jul 16 2013. Browse other questions tagged or. .