Definition of inamorata in English:

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inamorata

Pronunciation: /ɪˌnaməˈrɑːtə/

noun

A person’s female lover: his new inamorata is a twenty-two-year-old mannequin named Jennifer
More example sentences
  • However he kept the flame burning bright writing passionate love letters to his inamorata.
  • Predictably, in the main duet for the lovers, the young man alternately draws his inamorata to him, molding her as if she were clay in his hands, and swings her outward in sapling-in-spring shapes.
  • Then they'll see that their inamoratas cannot remain faithful.

Origin

Mid 17th century: Italian, literally 'enamoured', feminine of inamorato (see inamorato).

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