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One's beloved; a sweetheart.


1. someone truly loved; sweetheart
2. (Plants) another name for herb Paris



a sweetheart.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.truelove - a person loved by another persontruelove - a person loved by another person  
lover - a person who loves someone or is loved by someone
dulcinea, ladylove - a woman who is a man's sweetheart
sugar daddy - a wealthy older man who gives a young person expensive gifts in return for friendship or intimacy
valentine - a sweetheart chosen to receive a greeting on Saint Valentine's Day; "will you be my valentine?"


A person who is much loved:
Informal: sweetie.
Idiom: light of one's life.
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Truelove played 24 Premiership games for Bedford two years ago where he partnered Ally McLean, who joined Coventry from Worcester last week, on the wing.
Neil Truelove, 36, a mechanic and licensed bouncer, gave evidence in a trial yesterday where he denies intentionally wounding Neil Brinley Jones, 23, in a late-night attack.
Det Insp Mark Truelove, of Huddersfield CID, said: "We are trying to ascertain the validity of the witness reports.
The Rhondda side hit back immediately with a well struck Rhys Truelove penalty.
Daniel Truelove, 18, had already stolen a paperboy's bike when he approached a dog walker in Birkenhead Park on April 20 last year and demanded cash and his mobile phone.
The cow was being moved last February when it escaped, knocking down livestock worker Andrew Truelove, aged 43, and jumping over a damaged section of perimeter wall.
Brian Truelove, a defensive tackle from Snellville, Ga., and Tucker Callahan, a linebacker from Fairhope, Ala., each confirmed his commitment to the Ducks on Monday.
Neil Truelove, 36, denies intentionally wounding 23-year-old Mr Jones, as well as an alternative charge of wounding.
Det Insp Mark Truelove, of Huddersfield CID, said police officers went into the hotel - which is believed to have rooms on long-term let - and found a handgun in a communal kitchen.
Last season's runnersup Ystrad needed a late Rhys Truelove penalty to seal their 17-16 win.
Daniel Truelove was remanded in custody after admitting the offences at Wirral magistrates' court yesterday.
The two-year-old heifer then knocked down livestock worker Andrew Truelove, aged 43, before jumping over the damaged perimeter wall, running past homes in Murray Street and on to an empty platform at Rugby railway station.