loving

[ luhv-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF loving

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOVING

There is nothing but sorrow to be found in loving her, and her heart is no larger than her feet.

It is an unequal bargain, where one side does all the loving.

Hope is infinitely better than you are, and I believe she is more capable of loving.

It cannot be loving and spontaneous unless there is a natural impulse behind it.

He must be kind with a common-sense kindness, loving with a common-sense love.

One loving look from human eyes was more to her than the admiration of the world!

Luciana has just taken him to task for not loving her sister Adriana, who, she thinks, is his wife.

This Antonio is as tender-hearted and loving as young Arthur.

By loving the things of God, especially the Church and the Gospel.

He remembered how she had stood there and looked at him with loving eyes.

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