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love

(Affection), noun adoration, ardor, attachment, attraction, cherishing, closeness, craving, crush, desire, devotedness, devotion, emotion, enchantment, esteem, fancy, fervor, flame, fondness, friendship, intimacy, like, liking, longing, mutual attraction, passion, rapture, regard, sentiment, tender passion, true love, wanting, warmth, weakness, yearning
Associated concepts: marriage ceremonies, same-sex marriages

love

(Penchant), noun affection, avocation, consummng interest, dedication, devotion, effort, inclination, likening for an interest, passion, predilection, pursuit, relished interest, vocation, zest for an effort
See also: affection, affinity, predilection, regard
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There is little love lost between Ferguson and the wilful wife of his most prized player.
1 chart slot and - there is still little love lost between the pair.
There is little love lost between the players and Van Gerwen boasts a significant psychological edge having won all six previous TV meetings.
And according to my sources from the film set, there is little love lost between the pair.
With little love lost between the two sides, a matter of local pride is also at stake as well as that last four spot in the major County Championship.
With little love lost between its two lead journalists (Keaton and Ford), she must raise ratings and handle her staff's delicate egos while keeping her love for Adam (Patrick Wilson) alive.
THERE is little love lost between city Lib-Dem leader Warren Bradley and his colleague Richard Kemp, as demonstrated by this week's spat.
Mr Andrews was Carwyn Jones' campaign manager, and in recent years there has been little love lost between his and Mr Lewis.
There is little love lost between the two men ahead of the showdown at the Echo Arena in the city's dockland.
THERE'S little love lost between Huddersfield Town fans and their Leeds United counterparts.
There's little love lost between 'communications professionals' and journalists at the best of times - or should we say PR gurus, spin doctors, luvvies etc.
There has been little love lost between the pair since O'Sullivan questioned Hendry's sportsmanship before their meeting in the 2002 finals.