Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Lovable; fitted to inspire love.
“The heroine helps him see he's love-worthy despite his rough edges.”
“She offered nothing that Sophia had been brought up to consider as love-worthy or estimable, for what good qualities she had must be accepted with their opposites, in an inconsequential pell-mell of wheat and tares.”
“Not only do we share her love of what she presents to us, we begin to see the love-worthy bits of life's art we unattentively pass by every day.”
“No great heroes with impressive talents, no hyperpowerful magicians, no superbad antagonists, no generation-spanning prophecies, no sly yet love-worthy thieves, no superhuman assassins, no soul-related wolves, kites, dwarves or other races.”
“But did you ever know a right-minded woman pardon another for being handsome and more love-worthy than herself?”
“When she came to him, if she ever came, it must be because she found something in him that was love-worthy.”
“Some of the best and most honored women I know were poor girls, but so love-worthy that they were not allowed to be old maids.”
“He loved as only a twin can love -- proud of all that Sweyn did, content with all that Sweyn was; humbly content also that his own great love should not be so exceedingly returned, since he knew himself to be so far less love-worthy.”
“Such villainy set heart and brain on fire with rage and indignation: such villainy in his own brother, till lately love-worthy, praiseworthy, though a fool for meekness.”
“She saw herself lovely and love-worthy, sleek under the caress of her own beauty.”
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