What is another word for romantically?

Pronunciation: [ɹə͡ʊmˈantɪkli] (IPA)

Romantically is an adverb that refers to actions or expressions that convey love, affection, or intimacy. Its synonyms include lovingly, passionately, affectionately, tenderly, fondly, amorous, and intimately. Each of these synonyms carries a slightly different connotation, but all suggest a deep emotional connection or physical attraction between two people. Lovingly implies tenderness and care, while passionately suggests intense desire and ardor. Affectionately denotes a warm and tender display of affection, while tenderly suggests a gentle and protective manner. Fondly implies a strong emotional attachment, while amorous suggests a strong sexual attraction. Intimately suggests a close and personal connection, whether physical or emotional.

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What are the opposite words for romantically?

The opposite of "romantically" is unromantically, which means without any romantic feelings or gestures. Other antonyms include practically, realistically, materialistically, and unsentimentally. These words imply a lack of emotions and focus on practicality or logic. While "romantically" denotes affection, love, passion or yearning, its antonyms are used to signify a more pragmatic view or a lack of emotional attachment. It's important to remember that these antonyms are not always negative, as there are situations where practicality and realism are necessary. For example, in business or legal matters, taking an unromantic approach is essential to make objective decisions.

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Usage examples for Romantically

That lady was so obviously, so romantically genteel that Evanthia sometimes wanted to barter her own superb vitality for some such destiny.
"Command"
William McFee
Here was everything to make two people so happily alone whisper-warmth, dusk, the broad shadow of plane-trees, unruffled water, lights romantically twinkling in corners, the twanging of a distant guitar, laughter and singing and the glint of red wine from the little lit-up tables along the front of the restaurants beneath the arcade at the back of the piazza, and he there, Ingram, after all a person of real importance, Edward Ingram at her feet, only asking to be allowed to explain to her in every variety of phrase how sweet she was.
"The Pastor's Wife"
Elizabeth von Arnim
Kate is a passionate, self-willed, but great-hearted child, so full of romantically generous impulses that I long ago nicknamed her my 'Kitty Quixote.
"The Brass Bound Box"
Evelyn Raymond

Famous quotes with Romantically

  • My romantically favorite era is 78, 79 listening to Grandmaster Flash and the Furious 4, the live tapes, echo chamber and break beats.
    Kool Moe Dee
  • Are we simply romantically challenged, or are we sluts?
    Sarah Jessica Parker
  • We , to what extent of freedom we have earned or are allowed by others and ourselves, what we most want to do. We - speak, paint, carve, write, express ourselves...as we damn please. And in both the of things and the talking about them - which together seem to me to sum up life - we so crave freedom or liberty or whatever one may choose to call it as to justify our Declaration's romantically terming it an unalienable right of Man, bestowed on Man by his Creator.
    Rockwell Kent
  • I think I may have been the first grown man in the world to fall truly, passionately, sexually, romantically and sentimentally in love. I practically invented it.
    Joseph Heller
  • Claus Graf von Stauffenberg’s famous last words have turned out to be not quite so romantically foolish as they sounded at the time. If there never was a secret Germany, the July plotters at least provided a sacred moment, and the Germans of today are right to cherish it.
    Clive James

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