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  • n. A companion for life.

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  • n. Companion for life.


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life +‎ mate


  • I refuse to think that everything in my life, from the choice of briefs to wear in the morning to my lifemate, is predetermined.

    Archive 2004-07-01

  • (High-magister, for all your words, it seems to have escaped your grasp that this child is our daughter and granddaughter and great-granddaughter'the daughter, granddaughter, and great-granddaughter of us all, as her lifemate was our son, our grandson, and our great-grandson.

    Acorna's Search

  • Oh boy oh boy will my ex-wife's "lifemate" be surprised when she sees all the positions and places we did it .... she'll be so jealous .... hehehehehe Stories / Popular

  • Mainly because the female is Carpathian and knows what it means to have a lifemate, so she's not struggling against her "lack of choice" so strongly.

    Mega Book Club!

  • One-Eye's death, his lifemate coping with it, and Leetah trying to bring him back made the story feel very real.

    Killing Characters

  • Not for the first time, Cairne counted his blessings that the Earth Mother and his lifemate, Tamaala, had given him such a gift in his son.

    The Shattering

  • She would need to come up with a backup plan about her lifemate very soon.


  • Perhaps they had been too quick to form the lifemate bond.


  • "Who are you really, and what have you done with my lifemate?"


  • Though, of course, as your lifemate, he would want to know a lot about you.



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