As he had told his ladylove, he was neither a child nor a fool.
We called my grandmother "Ladylove," because I guess that is what my grandfather called her.
Nobody ever called her anything else but Ladylove, not "Gran'ma" or anything like that.
That was the way my grandmother Ladylove was, as old as old, and nobody ever loved trees the way she did.
Just then Ladylove—my grandmother—came out of the side door.
He's gone off hours ago to escort his ladylove from Hanbridge to Hillport.
It had needed but this, the sight of helpless distress in his ladylove, to finish his subjugation.
"They is," replied Mr. Toner, humbly and laconically; and his ladylove proceeded thitherward.
Are you quite sure I may not have a ladylove and future father-in-law as well as yourself?
At these young Sybaris smiles faintly, for his thoughts are away with his ladylove, the too fascinating Lydia.