dear

(redirected from dearest)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
Cheapest adult matchday ticket: pounds 11 Dearest adult matchday ticket: pounds 14 Cheapest adult season ticket: pounds 200 Dearest season ticket: pounds 260 Cheapest scarf: pounds 2.
In this all new movie, available on DVD today, Barbie[R] discovers that two of her dearest friends are actually fairies
Newbury, Berks, Guildford, Surrey, Milton Keynes and Tunbridge Wells, Kent, follow the Bard's birthplace as the dearest places for dental check-ups, according to whatclinic.
dearest carpet 'I'm so excited to be back on radio with one of my dearest friends' ROSS KING
Suddenly on 23rd July, aged 44 years, Kevin, beloved son of Maureen and the late Tommy, dearest brother of Michael, Sharryn and Peter and a dear dad of Kristian, also a much loved brother-inlaw and uncle.
RANDALL Bob In memory of my dearest husband, passed away a year today, you were every heart beat of our hearts, every breath we took.
Dearest Girl can break her duck at the third time of asking in the concluding fillies' maiden (5.
RUSSELL Kenneth Dearest brother-in-law of Jackie, Trevor, uncle of Hazel and Keith.
To have you here in the same old way would be our dearest wish today.
ARCADIA -- John Sadler's eyes lit up when trainer Cody Autrey shipped Dearest Trickski from Lone Star Park near Dallas to Del Mar this past summer and raised the 3-year-old filly in class.
Kidd has also worked with other queer favorites like Augusten Burroughs and David Sedaris, but one writer is dearest to the designer's heart: J.
DEAREST AUNTIE FORI is a history of the Jews written in the form of letters.