698 Nouns for  love

698 Nouns for love

Thrackles had a number of volumes of very cheap love stories.

Helene d'Orleans, Princess, love affair of Duke of Clarence and.

No-one really likes to show a really lukewarm love letter.

But the love-songs of the ouzels and the love-looks of the daisies gradually reassure us, and manifest the warm fountain humanity that pervades the coldest and most solitary of them all.

When love-making is wholly scientific, then domestic service will be.

"Perhaps this girl needs only an interesta love interest"

" "I will answer you in the words of one who for years has lived the love-life," said Mrs. Everidge.

In his Poetria, John of Garland explains allegorically an "elegiac, bucolic, ethic, love poem" which he quotes.

We find insolent defiances, magnificent duels, enchanted castles, tender love-scenes, mysterious talismans.

(In Illustrated love magazine, Aug. 1930) © 12Jul30; B91483.

Then Madeleine, whose chestnut tresses were tinged with gleaming gold, and who was slimmer than her sister, and of a more dreamy style of beauty, her character and disposition refined by her musical tastes, made a love match which was quite a romance.

There may be a few stern desks that are so cluttered with price-sheets and stock-lists that they cannot offer harborage to a love tale.

Perfect humanity, verging upon, but never entering the breathless region of the Divinity, is the real subject of all true love-poetry; but in all love-poetry hitherto, an "ideal" and not a reality has been the subject, more or less.

Also it is not drawn about the love triangle between Shusaku, Rin and Suzu.

Understanding that he was resorted to by such as have need of philters and love-potions, or are incommoded by the longevity of parents and uncles, I was about to have him arrested, when I received a report which gave me pause.

Compose rush-rings and myrtle-berry chains, And stuck with glorious kingcups, and their bonnets Adorn'd with laurell slips, chaunt their love sonnets."

Gyp had been herself a love-child, and the knowledge of this is shown very clearly in its influence upon their mutual attitude.

she sighed, "love hath come into mine heart even as it came to thee, when I recked not of it.

Next, he who serves up for us our religion every once a week in the form of sanctimonious speeches on the subject of political economy, will let his congregation go behind Plymouth Pulpit for the purpose of getting their queues for the next Sunday love-feast by observing his.

The dominant line of the composition I saw to be "When love lights night to be its day.

Browne alludes to the primrose, which "maidens as a true-love in their bosoms place;" and in the North of England the kemps or spikes of the ribwort plantain are used as love-charms.

It is the law of honor, which thou wilt never break, That the secret of sweet hours of love thou mayst not common make.

But the patrician mother was with difficulty brought to listen to the tying of this love-knot.

Then, again, flowers, from their connection with certain festivals, have been consulted in love matters, and elsewhere we have alluded to the knowledge they have long been supposed to give in dreams, after the performance of certain incantations.

He sent false messages to the king, praying for a truce and love-day to be granted, that they might speak together as friend with friend.

Ain't we just a pair of love-birds that's as happy as if we had our right senses?

Guevara, for some misconduct, had been ordered by the admiral to leave the island, but instead of obeying he had made his way to Xaragua, and caused trouble by this love passage, for he had a rival in Roldan himself, who ordered him to desist from the pursuit of the daughter of Anacaona, and to return to Santo Domingo.

The love lyrics of the poet, the magic of the emotions of Shelley and Poe, for instance, with their marvelous music and exquisite intonings of feeling, furnish us with important information.

Love conquers even me."

Thou hast shamed me oft, yet for all thy bitter scorns I do forgive thee, aye, even the anguish of my breaking heart, for that my love doth rise beyond my pain; and so, dear my lordfare

passionate a love-adventure should be lost.

I too have a picture of my father and the copy of his first love-verses; but they have been mine long.

I remembered what he had said too well to spend much time in love-dreams; but my happiest moments were when I was alone, and could think of him, read his letters, look at his picture, and fancy the joyfulness of his return.

There's some are fou o' love divine,

Then there is the hempseed formula, and one founded on the luck of an apple-pip, which, when seized between the finger and thumb, is supposed to pop in the direction of the lover's abode; an illustration of which we subjoin as still used in Lancashire: "Pippin, pippin, paradise, Tell me where my true love lies, East, west, north, and south, Pilling Brig, or Cocker Mouth."

In Him, and through Him, light will conquer darkness, justice injustice, truth ignorance, order disorder, love hate, till God be all in all, and pain and sorrow and evil shall have been exterminated out of a world for which Christ stooped to die.

Thoughts of lost days shall haunt thee then And lay thy spirit waste, When thy past glories thou shalt see All faded and effaced; All gone, those sweet, seductive wiles The love note's scented scroll

The atmosphere of the love-tragedy is entirely different from that of the Faust-legend.

It costs Claude money, doubtless; but he has his excuse,"Having once seen the tropics, I cannot live without some love-tokens from their lost paradises; and which is the wiser plan, to spend money on a horse and brougham, which we don't care to use, and on scrambling into society at the price of one great stupid party a year, or to make our little world as pretty as we can, and let those who wish to see us, take us as they find us?"

With other notable questions, fully and faithfully resolved, by me Sylvester Patridge, student in physic and astrology, near the Gun in Moorfields." "Of whom likewise may be had, at reasonable rates, trusses, antidotes, elixirs, love-powders.

In very early times flowers were mcuh in request as love-philtres, various allusions to which occur in the literature of most ages.

Food has always been my love language, so the thought of spreading kindness through food felt right to me.

There, too, was Berkeley, with his high complexion and his love-locks, the great gentleman of a vanished age; and the gross rotundity of Culpepper; and the furtive eye of my lord Howard, who was even now the reigning Governor.

I took from a drawer his letters and his few love-gifts.

The moon was already filling the night with her soft splendour when Beltane, coming to a certain wall, swung himself up, and, being there, paused to breathe the sweet perfume of the flowers whose languorous fragrance wrought in him a yearning deep and passionate, and ever as love-longing grew, bitterness and anger were forgot.

It was one of the countess's chief troubles that she could not by hook or crook involve Catrina in any sort of a love intrigue.

The reason why conjugial love commences by the love of the sex is, because before a suitable consort is found, the sex in general is loved and regarded with a fond eye, and is treated with civility from a moral ground: for a young man has to make his choice; and while this is determining, from an innate inclination to marriage with one, which lies concealed in the interiors of his mind, his external receives a gentle warmth.

They cannot abide to hear talk of love toys, or amorous discourses, vultu, gestu, oculis in their outward actions averse, and yet in their cogitations they are all out as bad, if not worse than others.

Protheus now rescued her from the hands of the robber; but scarce had she time to thank him for the service he had done her, before he began to distress her afresh with his love-suit: and while he was rudely pressing her to consent to marry him, and his page (the forlorn Julia) was standing beside him in great anxiety of mind,

I was Valentino's mystery woman, by Anabel Dade Henderson (Anabel Dade) (In Red star love revelations, Mar. 1941)