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trysting place

noun
1.
a place for a meeting, especially a secret meeting of lovers; rendezvous.
Origin of trysting place
1625-1635
First recorded in 1625-35
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  • Or perhaps he had come by another way to the trysting place?

  • On the evening after his visit, the Canipers and Daniel went to the trysting place.

    Moor Fires

    E. H. (Emily Hilda) Young
  • All of them had ponies, so they could ride to the trysting place.

    The Cricket Marjorie Cooke
  • So this is your trysting place, he said glancing about the grove.

    Peggy Owen at Yorktown Lucy Foster Madison
  • And tis no trysting place, interposed Peggy with some indignation.

    Peggy Owen at Yorktown Lucy Foster Madison
  • This is the grouse's love song that summons a mate to their trysting place.

  • He had been arrested at the trysting place he had appointed.

    The Southerner Thomas Dixon
  • What I hoped for was that he would not turn up at the trysting place.

  • If night had only come, he would gladly have gone to the trysting place.

    Four Arthurian Romances Chretien DeTroyes
  • There is romance in the air and a love affair soon develops, for that seems to have been love's trysting place.

    Fair to Look Upon

    Mary Belle Freeley

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