Related formspol·y·am·o·rist, nounpol·y·am·o·rous, adjective
Examples from the Web for polyamory
Sure, polyamory works well for a few hyper-educated urban elites.Were Christians Right About Gay Marriage All Along?|Jay Michaelson|May 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Polyamory and open relationships have been gaining prominence with the public.
As one sociologist told me recently, speaking at a conference on polyamory: "The system simply isn't working."Is Monogamy Obsolete? New Books Challenge Our Ideas of Fidelity|Jessica Bennett|June 9, 2011|DAILY BEAST
But Veronica and Tiger were not poster kids for polyamory—their alleged affair relied on good old-fashioned lying.
At the time, Larry was a member of Poly-NYC, a polyamory group in New York; on their first date, he told her about it.