(also affaire de or du cœur /də ˈkəː, djuː ˈkəː/)
early 19th century: French, literally 'affair (of the heart)'.
More example sentences
- Much later he passed again and casually left a loaf of bread inside the barn door, stayed not for idle gossip but briskly, looking very "affairé", disappeared around the corner.
- These pressures of one thing and another make me feel very affairé. I cannot imagine myself looking at Christmas shops.
French, from affaire, from à 'to' + faire 'do'.