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  • adj. Under the influence of ecstasy (the drug MDMA).


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  • Guests can make their own way to Stoke Poges or meet at London's Hanover Square where from they're taken to a 17th-century country pile in Buckinghamshire for a long list of loved-up activities.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • Anyone on Brighton Beach watching Mario Testino snapping away at Tali Lennox (rock legend Annie's daughter) and Tara Ferry (son to Roxy music's Bryan) for Burberry's 2011 spring/summer advertising campaign launched this month, could be forgiven for thinking that it was another display of rock star offspring being loved-up by luxury brands intent on keeping the spirit alive for the new generation.

    Jess Blanch: Abracadabra

  • With so much apparently genuine mutual admiration and warm fuzziness in the air, this could be the season that we end up begging Liverpool fans to embark on one of their minute's silences, if only to get temporary respite from the loved-up sanctimony that looks set to submerge Anfield.

    Very Little To Protest About

  • Who's watching: A loved-up couple, a small child determined to sleep on his father's shoulder, and a man who looked suspiciously like Brandon Block.

    Stevie Wonder at Glastonbury 2010

  • I reply that it sounds like he was pretty loved-up when he wrote the album – it contains three hallmark Hannon love songs – and at first he offers "no comment", but there's a goofy grin on his face that gives him away.

    Neil Hannon: 'I was born old. I was an old man trapped in a young man's body'

  • In the summer of 1990, the Madchester boom had reached its peak, and the loved-up new hedonism that had been building since 1988 swept away the elitism of the 1980s.

    Corinne Day: Pioneer of a new kind of beauty

  • Pink sheets look familiar .. (and the loved-up expression in his eyes kind of gives the game away …)

    Tomorrow’s fish and chips

  • My husband and I have had the most incredible, loved-up relationship until our beautiful bundle came into the world last August.

    The Other Side Of Anger

  • Why, my eye catches site of a small grocery store and I wander in like a loved-up fool, just to browse the shelves in case there's something marvelous in there.

    Blood Orange and Rosewater Sorbet

  • The happy couple looked loved-up as Jen draped her arms around the singer while they lounged by the swimming pool.

    Dear God, Is Jennifer Aniston Pregnant Now?


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  • experiencing feelings of love, through or as if through taking a drug, esp the drug ecstasy (Collins)

    July 28, 2009