tryst

Part of speech: noun

An appointment to meet, or the place for meeting.

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Usage examples "tryst":

  1. After satisfying himself as to the chances of a sudden attack, he had returned to Athelney and sent messengers to the thegns and ealdormen of neighboring shires, giving them a tryst for the second week in May. - "A Maid at King Alfred’s Court", Lucy Foster Madison.
  2. Far out at sea The white sails fluttered in the eager breeze, But Day was silent holding tryst with me,- My pilgrimage rewarded- faith restored. - "Poems", Elizabeth Stoddard.
  3. He showed me that poor laborer Tryst, too, the one who mustn't marry his wife's sister, or have her staying in the house without marrying her. - "The Freelands", John Galsworthy.