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  • If he had been the most practiced love-maker in the world, he could not have done better with a mind like that of Emily Hastings.

    The International Monthly, Volume 2, No. 4, March, 1851

  • The Fisher picture of the Chambers love-maker, thought she, might almost be a photograph of Sam.

    Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise, Volume I

  • "You're the kind of a girl I always had my mind set on," pursued Jeb, who was an expert love-maker.

    Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise, Volume I

  • He sees Novikoff absurdly and hopelessly in love with his sister, Lida; he sees Lida caught up in an intrigue with an expert soldier love-maker, and bound, both by her own weakness and by her dependence upon society for any opinion of her own actions, to continue in that hateful excitement; he sees men and women all round him letting their love and their desire trickle through their fingers; he sees

    Sanine

  • I don't think Whythe will ever be much of a lawyer, but as a love-maker he hasn't an equal on earth -- that is, any I have ever heard.

    Kitty Canary

  • The emphasis on the last word was so plain that a shrewder love-maker than Slim would have been deceived.

    The Round-Up A romance of Arizona novelized from Edmund Day's melodrama

  • The Fisher picture of the Chambers love-maker, thought she, might almost be a photograph of Sam.

    Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise

  • Don Alberto was a professional love-maker, and at Ortensia's last speech he laughed so readily and naturally that she could not help joining him.

    Stradella

  • As a professional love-maker either course was open to him.

    Stradella

  • 'So odd altogether!' said the superannuated love-maker; and then all three laughed.

    Sketches by Boz, illustrative of everyday life and every-day people

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