lovesome[ luhv-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF lovesome
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In June, therefore, the garden was a "Lovesome spot" indeed.
On the pedestal was carved, "A garden is a lovesome spot, God wot."
Mistress Martin, a pair of lovesome white silk stockings (Note 2).
Piers was good and lovesome, and I do not blame you for loving him as long as it was right to do so.
But the gate which led to the Lovesome Garden was open wide, so that one might see the Cupid as he rode his swan.
First he roused Iris of the golden wings to speed forth and call the fair-tressed Demeter, the lovesome in beauty.
He hath sisters, methinks, that bear high fame for fair and lovesome?
I could not look at her as she spoke; I dared not trust myself,—the most thrilling irony pointed her delicate, lovesome tones.
I had always supposed that a mocking-bird, like a garden, was "a lovesome thing, God wot."
He will devote himself to his case, and when his work is done will enjoy the yearly lovesome frolic feast with little Cinuolo.