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lovesome

(ˈlʌvsəm)
adj
full of loveloveable
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.lovesome - having or displaying warmth or affection; "affectionate children"; "a fond embrace"; "fond of his nephew"; "a tender glance"; "a warm embrace"
loving - feeling or showing love and affection; "loving parents"; "loving glances"
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Demetrakakes: "The LoveSome Frozen Desserts from SpartanNash use a paperboard carton with a large window that shows both the top and the front [of the dessert], which is a great idea for cake ice cream because cake ice cream is one of the very few products that looks good in its frozen state.
Yet hearken now, thou as thou standest there, So loving and so lovesome and so fair, All music on thy lips, and in thine heart-- More than a God in this one thing thou art, And if love ruled the world thou too shouldst rule.
Show Results: Mule Hoggs with lamb/lambs at foot (pen of 5) 1st J Buck & Sons, Quarry Grange, sold for PS205 to J J & M Lawson & Son, Lovesome Hill 2nd J Buck & Sons sold for PS205 to J J & M Lawson & Son 3rd J Buck & Son sold for PS200 to J J & M Lawson & Son Continental Hoggs with lamb/ lambs at foot (pen of 5) 1st J & K Metcalf & Son, Park House sold for PS190 to M F Hall.
Billy Strayhorn: Suite Strayhorn: "Chelsea Bridge," "A Flower is a Lovesome Thing.
It includes favorites such as "Take the 'A' Train" and "A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing," written with longtime Ellington collaborator Billy Strayhorn, as well as many of Ellington's own compositions, including own "The Mooche," "Sophisticated Lady" and "It Don't Mean a Thing," written with Irving Mills.
The close collaborative relationship between Hodges and Strayhorn was established almost immediately after Ellington hired Strayhorn in 1939: that spring he composed the gorgeous ballads "Day Dream" and "Passion Flower" as well as "A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing.
Heavenly debut Marco Botti's newcomer Heavenly Sound was the pick in the 1m 11/2f fillies' maiden - both on looks beforehand and in the race, as she readily saw off Lovesome.
uk Lovesome Hill Farm THIS five-room B&B on a friendly working farm in Northallerton offers bedroom views of the moors and you can enjoy breakfast with their home-laid eggs and home-made jam.
The female version XX by Mexx Lovesome (the male variant is called XX by Mexx Mysterious) opens with fruity top notes of juicy pear and blackberry accented with raspberry leaf.
In fact they are so lovesome they have been included as part of the National Gardens Scheme, with open days over a number of weekends being held in aid of charity The Grade I listed mansion in the Wye Valley, which welcomed Charles I as a regular visitor as well as William Pitt the Elder, who held Cabinet meetings in the grounds, is particularly famous for its sculpted topiary.
If I asked him to repeat, he would point to the poster's stark human silhouette, to its flower that grew inside, meaning: Lotus Blossom, Passion Flower, Flower Is a Lovesome Thing.
Courtage--in order to gain access to Harriet, the "wild, witty, lovesome, beautiful" and respectable young lady that he desires.