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luvviedom

(ˈlʌvɪdəm)
n
the world of actors and the theatre
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And I think the icing on the cake was when the nurse and sister called me 'luvvy'.
I am not now nor have I ever been a Labour luvvy, nor a member of any other political party for that matter.
SIR Martin Sorrell's media and advertising empire WPP has predicted a "LuVVy" shaped global economic recovery as it said America was bouncing back stronger than expected.
SIR Martin Sorrell's advertising empire WPP yesterday predicted a "LuVVy" shaped global economic recovery as it said America was bouncing back stronger than expected.
Boasting of ability to relate to all, he parroted only views of the liberal luvvy minority that have his ear.
MEDIA luvvy Janet Street-Porter has ridiculed Birmingham's award for being Britain's cleanest city.
It's hard to know what the new body is going to do that the Scottish Arts Council couldn't, especially since leading luvvy John Boyle is simply switching pounds 52,000-a-year chairman's jobs from the Arts Council to the new Culture Commission.
Michael Caine is, as always, faultless as a lying, scheming and very luvvy actor in this hilarious British farce.
SINCE the days when he was mercilessly lampooned by Spitting Image as the luvvies' luvvy, Kenneth Branagh has quietly carved out an extremely impressive career.