Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The forget-me-not, Myosotis palustris.
“The slow-roasted duck po'boy with gravy and jalapeños is love-me tender, sophisticatedly rich.”
“I sat there for two hours, waiting for you," he said, his voice resonant with love-me charm.”
“Being a die-hard Eagles fan with just about everything in common with my girlfriend of two years other than a love of football and the Eagles, we embarked on a love-me, love-my-team journey, with the goal of attending all 16”
“SCOTT SPRADLING, WMUR POLITICAL DIRECTOR: This is the Hillary Clinton, love-me, soft sell advance.”
“This is about the same time Pappy Bush started thinking out his New World Order--which for some reason, pundits ignore; yet, if you read Bush's speech in which he declared a New World Order with those famous Thousand Points of Light you see very clearly what Baby George is really fulfilling, a love-me, daddy, move big time.”
“The crowds, tired eyed, shabbily dressed, bundle-laden, young, old -- the crowds shuffle up and down, staring at gewgaws, and the love-me love songs follow them around.”
“Hunger Games prediction list worth spit if it didn't have at least one off-the-wall prediction that included a Peeta-Gale-and-Katniss big finish in which she had to make a choice between the good-guys-who love-me.”
“Today it is as simple as this little hand-made tie created for me last Father's Day by my little angel 8-year-old Helena, which hangs prominently on my "love-me" wall.”
“What jumps out from the book is how different Mrs David's approach was - and if she were still with us, you wouldn't be calling her Liz - from the chatty, me-centred, love-me/love-my-food style of many contemporary cookery writers.”
“It's Ed on bended knee, pleading "love-me" to the pinstripes of the oilpatch and to all those feeling the pinch of lower oil and gas prices.”
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