truelove

[ troo-luhv ]SEE DEFINITION OF truelove

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRUELOVE

Jack took all their money and poured it into his truelove's lap.

On Mr. Truelove's release, as mentioned above, a testimonial to the amount of £197 16s.

“We have had enough of them,” quoted Worshipful Mayor Truelove.

Truelove blushed, then frowned, last of all drew her hand away.

Truelove shook her head, and slipped her hand into that of her brother Ephraim.

Truelove sat in silence, with her eyes upon the sky above the dream crags.

Truelove did not know; thought that mayhap 'twas the sunshine and the blowing wind.

At last hearing the hour strike, he snatched up a felt hat, and putting it on his greasy head started off to meet his truelove.

Mr Truelove, however, suggested that it should be called 'Tyrannicide: is it Justifiable?'

Mr Truelove seemed pleased with the paper, offered to publish it, and proposed to get it printed.

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nounperson having sexual relationship
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