Definition for lover

noun as in person who loves

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Fortunately, a lot of board game lovers are also makers, and the internet is full of 3D-printed solutions that will boost your gaming experience and help avert any organizational disasters.

For snow lovers, it greatly cuts down snow accumulation totals.

Bodine urged county leaders to use a Virginia law passed last year — one intended to preserve mature trees to help absorb runoff that ends up in the Chesapeake Bay — to bring tree lovers some relief.

For snow lovers deprived so frequently this winter, Thursday morning’s sleet fest was a colossal disappointment.

Cousins, lovers, and friends who let people with records visit their home were evicted, too.

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This same outlet worked the phrase “engagement to toyboy lover” into the headline of their article on Fry.

But there are a lot of women who go to these places and once they go to the inside, they find a lover.

He was a great lover of the navy, and he liked me because of it.

I have to confess, I had no idea that Whitney had a rumored gay lover before reading about your role in this movie.

“The golden bridge for the departing lover I have always, I hope, provided when it became necessary,” he says.

The pictures of flowers which this artist paints prove her to be a devoted lover of nature.

Felipe watched over her as a lover might; her great mournful eyes followed his every motion.

Gordon, however, had never been a lover, and if Bernard noted Angela's gravity it was not because he felt jealous.

It is a further refinement when the staunch little lover of liberty sets about "easing" the pressure of commands.

Several times during dinner I glanced at Ethne, but it was easy to see that all her attention was taken up by her lover.


On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lover, such as: admirer, boyfriend, companion, girlfriend, suitor, and sweetheart.

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