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  • n. Plural form of ladylove.


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  • Once that happened, he sent his poor ladyloves packing.

    Fatal Error

  • He sipped a little from enough adoring ladyloves to live without killing, at least just for blood.

    Silver Zombie

  • Good Lord, she had never seen him look at a woman like that before, and she had seen him with dozens of his ladyloves.

    Tender Rebel

  • Everything pleasant comes to an end, even pleasant vacations, and when the golden-rods were bowing to the asters, like gallant knights to their ladyloves, and the red sumachs were hanging out the first flags of autumn, we girls had to think of school once more.

    Holiday Stories for Young People

  • When the company were shouting around him, he heard the great, terrible silence within him; when one of his ladyloves kissed him, when he drained his glass, he found naught at the bottom of his satiety, but heavy sadness.

    Theresa Raquin

  • I wondered if the youthful swains quoted Shakespeare to their ladyloves.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works

  • How I Met Your Mother's always charming Barney Stinson can ramble on and on-and on and on-about his ladyloves?

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories

  • Most importantly, will both men enjoy rocketing through a series of tubes on their way to the potential ladyloves of their lives?


  • “I gathered from one account that the haunting of the girls was so constant and horrible that two of the girls’ lovers fairly ran away from their ladyloves.

    Carnacki, the Ghost Finder

  • 30 Rock when both of Jack's ladyloves surface in the same episode.

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories


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