make love[ luhv ]SEE DEFINITION OF make love
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAKE LOVE
I am afraid you will make love to her, which is a very different thing.
You cannot fight every day any more than you can make love every day.
Make love in thy youth, and in old age, attend to thy salvation.
Are you always obliged to have—a girl beside you when you make love to her?
No, dear Leah, they that can make love every day are very scarce.
I am very bad, but I'm just not bad enough to make love to her.
They sat down together, and he began to caress and to make love to her.
It was perfectly clear that he was beginning to make love to her.
He would be able to make love to Anna differently hereafter.
He did so, in the morning, and once more tried to make love to me.