noun, plural af·faires d'a·mour [a-fer da-moor] /a fɛr daˈmur/. French.
affaire de coeur
noun, plural af·faires de coeur [a fer duh-kœr] /a fɛr dəˈkœr/. French.
Origin of affaire de coeur
Examples from the Web for affaire
Contemporary Examples of affaire
It is dubbed the Affaire du Carlton, after a four-star hotel at the heart of the scandal in Lille, northeast of Paris.Hooker-Ring Probe Embroils DSK
October 18, 2011
Historical Examples of affaire
She will not marry, she will not have an affaire, yet she longs for the intimate companionship of a man.Possessed
He jumped up, pointed to the page, and cried out, "Voila mon affaire!"Lord Kelvin
The Affaire Dreyfus was used by all parties to achieve their particular aims.My Memoirs
I did not think an affaire du coeur could be so serious; but now I know it.In the Van; or, The Builders
She went, and of course did not return, and so the affaire closed.Dumas' Paris