Love in a sentence

The word "love" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of love and how to use it in a sentence.

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How to use love in a sentence. Love pronunciation.

It is, as we have said, a love- match.
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Any more than he can help making love- ISABEL.
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Well, you fall in love-" "Stop!
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Twas then he loved the tangled grove And solitude and calm delight, The moon, the stars, and shining night- The moon, the lamp of heaven above, To whom we used to consecrate A promenade in twilight late With tears which secret sufferers love- But now in her effulgence pale A substitute for lamps we hail!
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I can only say that it is an extraordinary love-making, but then all love- making, when truthfully reported, is extraordinary.
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Yes, yes, send thy love- message to Morfydd, the fair wanton.
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They understand desire, amounting sometimes to merciless covetousness for what they cannot get,-this is a leading natural characteristic of the masculine nature-but Love- love that endures silently and faithfully through the stress of trouble and the passing of years-love which sacrifices everything to the beloved and never changes or falters,-this is a divine passion which seldom or never sanctifies and inspires the life of a man.
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She was Ziska-Charmazel,-she had been his love- the dearest portion of his life-once in the far-off time; she had been the fairest of women-and more than fair, she had been faithful!
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If my heart's dear love- Jul.
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Come, my love-" He led her to the door of a room, and she shrank back from it with a shriek.
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We see the poor love- lorn girl and her old woman-servant, Thestylis, cowering over the fire above which the bird supposed to possess the power of bringing back the faithless Delphis is sitting in his wheel.
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Sir Walter in the same circumstances gets out of the room by making his love- scenes take place between the end of one chapter and the beginning of the next, but he could afford to do anything, and the small fry must e'en to their task, moan the dog as he may.
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The moon, the lamp of heaven above, To whom we used to consecrate A promenade in twilight late With tears which secret sufferers love- But now in her effulgence pale A substitute for lamps we hail!
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Art, the art of oratory, in particular, and of literary composition,-in this case, how one should write or speak really inflammatory discourses about love, write love- letters, so to speak, that shall really get at the heart they're meant for-that was a matter on which the Sophists had thought much professionally.
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It will not be with a visible army only that you will take the field-an invisible army will accompany you-the army of minds and hearts, the grand army whose chieftain is public opinion, whose soldier is every beggar on the street, whose cannon is every word that is uttered, every love- greeting and every blessing.
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It was no love- letter, but a newspaper!
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You may measure your dominion by multitudes, better than by miles; and count degrees of love- latitude, not from, but to, a wonderfully warm and infinite equator.
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Alike a _Newton_, or a _Ratcliffe_ prove; A _Coke_ in Law-an _Etheridge_ in Love.- Reason profound-in Hist’ry state each Fact, Teach† _London_ how to think, or _Walpole_ how to act.
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I see the error; but above The scope of error, see the love.- Oh, love of those first Christian days!
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Over the castle-roof to liberty and love!- With her delicate little hands she seized a hook that projected from the chimney.
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Examples of Love

Example #1
The royal pair fell in love with what they had heard of each other-the Princess of Basque with the image she had formed in her mind from glowing reports of the King's valour, amounting to rashness, his fluency of poetic speech, his manly bearing, and his irrepressible wit....
Example #2
Their joy in beholding in actuality what they have for three long months cherished so dearly in imagination, is a theme for the poet laureate-who will, however, we fear, judging from his past performances, hardly do it justice.
Example #3
You mean this is not the first- MRS.
Example #4
He just can't help it.
Example #5
So, despite yourself, I set you on a fair island with the right noble and handsome lady that you, by love, might perchance learn some little wisdom.
Example #6
Your conduct on board ship was all folly.