Thesaurus / loves


She fears to trust herself or one she loves to its mercies again.

She stays with us because she loves us and wants to take care of us.

The girl knew she had failed often, but she felt willing to trust herself to the mercy of Him who loves those He chasteneth.

ClemenceRetta Babcock

He now does right for right's sake, and loves the pure and good.

She is a brave girl, and she loves the Lion (Leo); thou sawest how she clung to him, and saved his life.

SheH. Rider Haggard

If he does decide that he loves her better than you—You said you'd help me.

You are horrified by the thought of it, but the day will come when you must again raise your hand against the woman who loves you.

From the HousetopsGeorge Barr McCutcheon

When a man lets go that way he kills everything he loves and everything that loves him.

He guessed at their names, their loves, their histories, as one guesses at those of unknown passers-by travelling the same road.

The Secret Life Elizabeth Bisland

Let him say that he loves, let him say it in words, let him take my hand in his, bend down his head and say: I love.

KatiaLeo Tolstoy


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