lovey


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lovey

(ˈlʌvɪ)
n
informal Brit another word for love11
Translations

lovey

n (Brit inf: address) → Schatz m (inf)
References in classic literature ?
One evening about 6 o'clock my mistress ordered him to get busy and do the ozone act for Lovey.
If they get to fighting after all we've done for them, kick in their ribs, lovey," he told his wife.
Well, not just yet, Lovey," her husband uneasily replied.
I would suggest to her that she need not worry until he starts calling HER by different names when he's awake and they're getting lovey dovey with each other.
She writes: "This lovey dovey pair of mice decided to dine out for a change on one of our many bird feeders which made a change from the collar doves who usually gate crash the party and leave the place in a right old mess.
She had been expecting a play-off when Lovey approached the last hole, but the par five 18th proved to be decisive once again, as the Bigbury professional bogeyed it after missing a four-foot putt, to finish a stroke behind Keighley.
Summary: Hollywood's finest will be among those getting a bit lovey dovey on Valentine's Day.
And the fighters need us lovey types as much as we need them.
If a man occupies our favorite spot, and a lovey couple our usual, our usual, and our usual bend.
Some people might be surprised to know that the kids in my family call me Aunt Lovey or Gramma Lovey.