Boy's love

a popular English name of Southernwood (Artemisia abrotonum); - called also lad's love.

See also: Boy

Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
And she must tell me how Nelson had died, and I did want to know; so I went with her across the width of life from dawning boy's love for a brown-haired girl in a tam-o'-shanter back to the old sad savagery I had known.
And in stolen half-hours of meeting I came to know all the sweet madness of boy's love and girl's love.
A boy's love comes from a full heart; a man's is more often the result of a full stomach.
The airy folly of a boy's love had found its way even into that house, and he had been as wretched under its hopelessness as if the house had been a castle of romance.
My Dad's Beard book A CUTE and funny children's story by Zanib Mian about a little boy's love for his father, personified through his beard.
BOY'S LOVE OF TENNIS BLOOMED when his son--wielding a brand new aluminum racquet--served and volleyed Boy and his wooden racquet right off the court.
But as of now, the film, which tells the story of a 10-year-old boy's love for an older woman (don't worry, she's 11), will debut exclusively on its home turf, New York.
But underneath the history lessons lies a universally appealing story of a boy's love for his mother.
French novelist and poet who at the age of 17 wrote the masterpiece Le Diable au corps (1923; The Devil in the Flesh), which remains a unique expression of the poetry and perversity of an adolescent boy's love.
99) tells how a boy's love of flight takes him on a journey from Alabama to the war in Europe, telling the story of the Tuskegee Airmen of the second world war.
A ten-year-old boy's love for his dying dad spurred him to a mission which touched the hearts of nurses, teachers and fellow pupils and gave hope to cancer patients.