from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense of belive
- v. To please.
- v. To be pleased with; like.
- v. To love.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To love.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To please.
- To be pleased with; like.
- To love.
First thing first since most Repub is rich why this one give up his healthcare and pay check and give back something to his belove country.
Wishing him good health under my belove president obama health care reform.
Our future, our dream, our income, our father figure and role model, my belove son, my dearest hunsband, our daddy disappeared all together in one time.
She has establshied good will with many people across the aisle. did you miss that Steve Clemons found that your belove pretender was negligent with the only job he could have learned something about foreign policy?
Progressives arenâ€™t Nationalist since you guys belove in all that peace and one world junk.
I felt ashamed today because this is not the country that I belove.
I was at Duke Medical the other day to take care of my belove in a serious operation and decided to hit the local downstairs cafe for some bacon and eggs during the long wait on the results of the operation.
He would have given away his belove d inn if he had thought that would have helped the sick woman.
In honor of this event, MAK CENTER and the John Lautner Foundation have organized a tour of some of the architect's most belove...
The radio reminds me of my home far away Drivin 'down the road I get a feelin' That I should have home yesterday yesterday Country roads take me home To the place I belong West Virginia mountain momma Take me home country roads Country roads take me home To the place I belove
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