endearment[ en-deer-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF endearment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENDEARMENT
The home name seemed to add a touch of endearment, and he used it advisedly.
“Oh no,” said I, glad to be recognised under any term of endearment.
I could not comprehend a term of endearment applied to such a place.
He replied by a mute and energetic pressure to the endearment of his friend.
He was irresistibly impelled to address her with words of endearment.
This silly term of endearment appears to be derived from chick, or my chicken.
She became an innocent siren, studying ways of bewitchment, of endearment.
Every term of endearment has become a catchword, every caress mocks us from the hoardings.
She caressed the tearful maiden, and every tone was like an endearment.
Words of endearment, addressed by parents to children in arms.