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Noun
Denoting a strong feeling of emotional attachment
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“Groping for words, I tell her of my ongoing love and respect, which has outlasted a cycle of hurt and mutual wariness.”
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An intense attraction or profound likeability
“As each day passed, my love for you grew.”
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A term of endearment for someone close in a relationship
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“For you, my love, I will walk the ends of the earth just to be with you.”
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A favorable inclination or enthusiasm for something
“Whenever I am around a bakery, I cannot deny the sense of love I have for delicious pastries.”
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Of having reverence for something or someone
“His heart and body will melt when he is in that state of full absorption in the love for God, and tears will run down his eyes.”
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The act or nature of showing care or kind regard for others
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“He showed immense love for his fellow man, when he lifted him onto his shoulders and carried him from the battlefield.”
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Denoting an intimate relationship between two people
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“Their love is one of a dangerous nature, which must be kept secret at all cost.”
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The gentle or kind exercise of power
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Enthusiasm, affection, or kindness
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Nothing or zero in amount, quantity or degree
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Approval or permission given for a decision (to do something), especially on a moral or emotional level
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Great enthusiasm and energy
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Polite greetings or good wishes
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The act of coupling or joining
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Lustful desire or appetite
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A superficial or transient feeling of liking or attraction
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A phenomenon that becomes popular for a very short time
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The state of being very close or familiar with someone
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Dear (used as a pet name)
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A person or thing viewed as a model of excellence
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Behaviour showing high moral standards
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God of love
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Behaviour designed to persuade someone to marry or develop a romantic relationship with one
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A treaty agreeing to peace
Verb
To like in an emphatic manner, or have a strong liking for
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“Of course, I would love having a coffee with you.”
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To revere someone or something profoundly with unwavering devotion
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“The locals love their ancestors, and their attachment to family land is almost visceral.”
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(euphemistic) To have physical or intimate relations with someone
“Paul kept saying that he was made to love her, and that she was made to love him. He then remarked that he couldn't get enough of her, and asked if she could get enough of him.”
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To cherish or remember fondly
“But I still love him, and that feeling doesn't change just because the relationship has changed.”
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To recognize something as valuable
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(formal) To want or consider
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To touch or stroke gently or lovingly
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To snuggle up to
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Hold close, cling to
Interjection
Used as a polite closing to a letter to family, relatives, close friends or romantic partners
“Lots of love, from your dearest and closest friend, John.”
Interjection
Hugs and kisses
Adjective
Relating to love or to amorous relationships
Adjective
Born to unmarried parents
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