from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective p. p. of
love, v. t.. Opposite of unloved.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
- adjective Being the object of
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- adjective held dear
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I loved that house, I loved everything about it, like the sweetbriar patch that always hid twitchy nosed wild bunnies and The old hunched over tree in the sideyard, where you hung all of our sun baked laundry on, and most of all, I * loved* the rolling green hill.
Fri 07/28/06 11:57 PM i used to really really like lindsay..loved freaky friday, loved mean girls…but now she could fall off the earth and i would be sooo happy. she looks hammered all the time anyway.
Passive_ is in regular Verbs the same; as _I loved, I have loved, I had loved, I may have loved, I might have loved, I shall have loved, I am loved_.
Signs_; as _to love_; or by _auxiliary Verbs_; as _I am loved, I have loved_.
Palicsky declared herself robbed and wronged by "_cette incomprise d'Americaine_," whom she loved -- but _loved_, did he understand?
_I have loved, loved, _ _I have been (was) loved_, etc.
He said he could pay me the compliment of being the only girl who loved hard work as much as his mother had till it killed her -- _loved_ it, mind you!
She loved somebody -- that's it, she _loved_ somebody and her eyes follow you so -- they seem alive -- and the lips as if they could speak.
They assured her that he could not drive from him the very worst of sinners, but loved -- nothing less than tenderly _loved_ any one who, having sinned, now turned her face to the Father.
i cannot bring myself to try nutella, because our exchange student in high school loved it and it seemed it was mission to *hate* everything that she *loved*... so sad, but true