Meaning of tryster in English:

tryster

noun

literary

See tryst

‘But if palimony were at issue, neither of the trysters could have collected, at least not in New Jersey.’
  • ‘The two timid trysters head off to the seashore to find an appropriate way to express their unspoken love.’
  • ‘The same hour the next evening found him again at the same place; but Eustacia and Wildeve, the expected trysters, did not appear.’
  • ‘In the town, there was considerable sentiment for lighting the town cemetery - to make it less attractive to teen-age trysters.’