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the speech in which Romeo expresses his love for Juliet
I think I’m in love.
They met and fell in love at college.
She’s madly in love with a guy she met in Spain.
I’m not sure I believe in true love.
a true story of unrequited love
Their love blossomed over the years.
Laura was thankful for her father’s support and unconditional love.
It was love at first sight when I met Allan.
Children need a lot of love and affection.
his love for his brother
the boy who was her first love
He had lost the love of his life.
Hope to see you soon. Love, Ray.
Take care. Lots of love, Helen.
I can’t wait to see you. All my love, Douglas.
Did that letter arrive, love?
I couldn’t find the keys for love or money.
There has been no love lost between Scots and English for as long as one can remember.
This is the American English definition of love. View British English definition of love.
a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …add a word
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