To love

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to love: to adore, to have a very strong affection; to enjoy, to like a lot
to fall in love to develop feelings stronger than liking in a romantic sense
to be in love with somebody to have strong romantic emotions for somebody

love: strong emotion, passion, a feeling of strong desire and tenderness

Love, (ending of letter): Hugs and kisses, sending my love

a (nature) lover: a (nature) fan, aficionado

(I miss you my) love, 'luv'!: (I miss you) honey, sweetie, darling!


  • "Oh, Susie Q, baby I love you, Susie Q"
  • "The look of love is in your eyes."
  • "The Love Boat promises something for everyone."
  • "You love it too?"
  • "Vicar : Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here today to celebrate the holy matrimony of two young lovers, eager to forge a union in the eyes of God, which is to last forever and ever."
  • "I love you for your pink Cadillac."
  • "The celebration of their love will take place on Friday, the twenty-fifth of August at three o'clock at Sacred Heart Cathedral, 1669 Fudgejunction Road, London, England."
  • "You can't hurry love, no you just have to wait."
  • "I'm loving my new life in the navy."
  • "Genteel manners, impeccable grooming, a slightly flamboyant dress sense, a love of theatre - all the hallmarks of an English gentleman - are frowned upon in a post-Brexit Europe."

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