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 Am’oret,Amorous (The). 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Amoret,
 
a love-song, love-knot, love, affair, love personified. A pretty word, which might be reintroduced.   1
        “He will be in his amorets, and his canzonets, his pastorals, and his madrigals.”—Heywood: Love’s Mistress.
       
“For not icladde in silke was he,
But all in flouris and flourettes,
I-paintid all with amorettes.”
       
Romance of the Rose, 892.
 


 Am’oret,Amorous (The). 

 
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