An “affaire d’honneur” originated from this, and the parties met this morning.
The South-West Joseph Holt Ingraham
Weell you for myself de condescension to have dat you weell be one friend to one affaire d’honneur?
Love in a Cloud Arlo Bates
noun (pl) affaires d’honneur (afɛr dɔnœr)
- Affaire de coeur
a love affair. Historical Examples I don’t think, in the first case, that this was an affaire de coeur, as the Frenchmen say. The Drone Rutherford Mayne noun (pl) affaires de coeur (afɛr də kœr) an affair of the heart; love affair
anything done or to be done; anything requiring action or effort; business; concern: an affair of great importance. affairs, matters of commercial or public interest or concern; the transactions of public or private business or finance: affairs of state; Before taking such a long trip you should put all your affairs in order. an event […]
to act on; produce an effect or change in: Cold weather affected the crops. to impress the mind or move the feelings of: The music affected him deeply. (of pain, disease, etc.) to attack or lay hold of. Psychology. feeling or emotion. Psychiatry. an expressed or observed emotional response: Restricted, flat, or blunted affect may […]