Lovingly [adverb]

Definition of Lovingly:


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Sentence/Example of Lovingly:

The loving-partner version is to prepare your spouse a favorite warm beverage and listen sympathetically.

She marshals her means to do what she can, always aware that her survival depends on acting the part of a loving wife to her slave master.

There was something loving and maternal that was just kind of built into her.

Over the decades, she had several loving, long-term, same-sex relationships.

She is kind and loving, and has done no wrong in all of this.

In a loving Instagram post, Barack said that every day he spends with his wife “makes me a better husband, a better father, and a better human.”

So the twain walked on very lovingly together, Dorothy gazing sadly and fondly at every well-known object in her path.

The branches seem to pat the house lovingly and to protect the children when the sun is too hot or the rain comes down too fast.

He went toward her and lovingly taking her hands, bent low and pressed his lips to them; they were cold as marble.

The slanting light lovingly caressed the brow, cheeks, lips, and throat.