lovers' knot


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lov·ers' knot

(lŭv′ərz)
n.
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Noun1.lovers' knot - a stylized or decorative knot used as an emblem of lovelovers' knot - a stylized or decorative knot used as an emblem of love
knot - any of various fastenings formed by looping and tying a rope (or cord) upon itself or to another rope or to another object
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References in classic literature ?
"I went back to the house, and wrote your name and mine in my work-box, and drew a true lovers' knot under them.
According to (https://www.rd.com/culture/lovers-knot-tiara-princess-diana/) Reader's Digest , Princess Diana stunned in the Spencer tiara and the Cambridge Lovers' Knot tiara.
Then, in March 1949, as Princess Elizabeth, the Queen opened the new central doors of the still emerging Anglican cathedral, and drewa lovers' knot with the prince.
On tracks such as blues rumble Rich Woman the couple's voices are warmly entwined as a lovers' knot. On others like Fortune Teller, one takes the lead and the other adds texture.