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In June, therefore, the garden was a "Lovesome spot" indeed.
PATCHWORKANNA BALMER MYERS
For my part, I think Miss Ellinor almost as handsome; not so grand-like, but more lovesome!
EUGENE ARAM, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
I said they were both the fairest ladies of their courts, and that the Queen of England was whiter, but our Queen very lovesome.
MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS 1542-1587VARIOUS
I could not look at her as she spoke; I dared not trust myself,—the most thrilling irony pointed her delicate, lovesome tones.
CHARLES AUCHESTER, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)ELIZABETH SHEPPARD
I had always supposed that a mocking-bird, like a garden, was "a lovesome thing, God wot."
THE SMILING HILL-TOPJULIA M. SLOANE
He will devote himself to his case, and when his work is done will enjoy the yearly lovesome frolic feast with little Cinuolo.
THE BROWNING CYCLOPDIAEDWARD BERDOE
First he roused Iris of the golden wings to speed forth and call the fair-tressed Demeter, the lovesome in beauty.
THE HOMERIC HYMNSANDREW LANG
He hath sisters, methinks, that bear high fame for fair and lovesome?
THE WHITE ROSE OF LANGLEYEMILY SARAH HOLT
On the pedestal was carved, "A garden is a lovesome spot, God wot."
BIZARRELAWTON MACKALL
"You've the lovesome hand with the beasties," said Pan as he smiled down on the lambs and me.
THE GOLDEN BIRDMARIA THOMPSON DAVIESS
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