Similar words: relate to, crocodile tears, inveterate, deteriorate, bite the dust, indeterminate, obstetrics, contribute to. Meaning: n. 1. a private conversation between two people 2. small sofa that seats two people. adj. involving two persons; intimately private tete a tete. adv. without the intrusion of a third person; in intimate privacy.
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1. There was little chance of a tete-a-tete with Peter.
2. This was the place for our tete-a-tete.
3. And she told me some character called Steve produced a gun when Newman, the foreign correspondent, interrupted their tete-a-tete.
4. As soon as a text pops up or a call comes through, everyone else at the table is trapped in conversational limbo while you have your own digital tete-a-tete.
5. The results: hearing just the "tete" in a cell phone tete-a-tete leads to poor performance in other tasks.
6. She was looking forward to a period of unbroken rest, now, and undisturbed tete-a-tete with her husband, when he informed her that Gouvernail was coming up to stay a week or two.
7. Sitting next to one another in a booth, rather than across from each other at a table, is another seductive way to encourage a little tete-a-tete.
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