Assignation [noun]

Definition of Assignation:

clandestine meeting

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Sentence/Example of Assignation:

No girl would make an assignation at that hour just to tell a man that she intended to meet him again the next day.

I had an assignation with her here, but your coming spoiled my sport.

I warrant you have made an assignation to instruct some lady in the mathematics.

Indeed, it was chiefly upon that account that the assignation had been fixed so late.

She was convinced that the writing was Harry's, but whom could the assignation be intended for?

Will you lend your name to an assignation to which this Louisa Miller shall invite you in writing?

This time it is not a tender note to the fair Camilla, not even an assignation with Lesbia or Lycoris.

In the morning all was duck-feeding and dog-playing and playing at mall; in the evening all intrigue and assignation.

He wanted to see Anna Sergueyevna, to talk to her, and if possible to arrange an assignation.

He explained this too, and as he spoke he thought of his assignation, and that not a living soul knew of it, or ever would know.