Elsewhere, she tells her inamorata, “It does not matter if you elude my arms/my dear, when thought alone can imprison you.”
She did not altogether approve of Johns inamorata, the girl visiting Aunt Clay.
Also of his inamorata in a ball gown, eyes lowered to a rose drooping from her hand.
In the next box I could hear the squeaky laugh of Hard-pan Henry and the teasing tones of his inamorata.
He tells them that Rigoletto, despite his hump, has an inamorata.
Or maybe Mister Bolsheviki's inamorata will be stringing them round her neck.
Through these bars the Cuban lover interviews his inamorata.
Various wives and chubby-faced children, and the inamorata's Siberian hound, "Jasper."
I arrived at last, but I looked in vain for my inamorata; I could not find her.
Gore was a fine promising young man, and his inamorata (since entombed within a convent), was beautiful.