from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to lose one's love (for someone or something)
- n. The lack, absence, or omission of love; lovelessness; enmity; neglect; hate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To cease to love; to hate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not to love; to cease to love.
- n. The absence of love; hate.
What I’m not loving so much, right this minute – though I hasten to add that this unlove is not directed at him – is the fact that my manly man decided to rip apart our bathroom this weekend and not put it back together again.
On the topic of wines for example, I find many passable, others interesting, some great and quite a few awful ones which I would describe as unlove at first sight.
Thorpe, on his part, would joyfully have asked her, for he could not quite "unlove" the beautiful face he had once adored, though he knew now exactly what a fierce spirit lived behind it.
His lips press and his arms enfold not her so much as the ideal of her, and unless she unmake herself, he cannot unlove her.
The topics of love and unlove are still all good fallback topics but in 2011 people are increasingly interested in learning about how amazing it is for singers to go clubbing.
Folk purists tend to want their epics served straight, and sure enough, the Unthanks have drawn some unlove from England's traditional folk community.
Now I am knowing that unlike with Senhor, priests are unlove here.
And you will once again inhabit the skin and the life of unlove in whatever forms you find most familiar.
Florens writes to the blacksmith, "I am happy the world is breaking open for us, yet its newness trembles me" (page 5), and later, "Now I am knowing that unlike with Senhor, priests are unlove here" (page 7).
PM: Anything about love I can reference to my wife, and anything about unlove, I can reference to many, many other people.