Love [noun]

Definition of Love:

adoration; very strong liking

Opposite/Antonyms of Love:

Sentence/Example of Love:

Every now and again, we come across a love story that touches our hearts in more ways than be.

Again, I didn’t think much of it as a 15-year-old, but I just had a love for food.

Ideally you should be growing and evolving at similar rates and speeds for romantic love, I should say.

She’d met me in 1986, at a party for returned Peace Corps volunteers and had fallen in love with the guy who’d just spent two years teaching in Swaziland.

To be a real home cook, the kind who put love and attention into each dish, was to make everything yourself.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is said to have fallen in love with using the Surface Duo to read a book on one screen and take handwritten notes on the second screen.

The idea that I could have lost my life halfway around the world and gone to my grave not knowing what it was like to be in love, I just realized that was no way to live.

Much love to the people in non-profit, but I’m trying to make money here.

They’re discovering national parks, falling in love with the outdoors, and realizing they can go to all sorts of other places.

Those clients, he said, are the ones who may also have the budget for elaborate photoshoots to document their love.