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love-in

[ luhv-in ]
/ ˈlʌvˌɪn /
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noun
a usually organized public gathering of people, held as a demonstration of mutual love or in protest against inhumane policies.
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Origin of love-in

1965–70, Americanism;see love, -in3
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British Dictionary definitions for love-in

love-in

noun
a gathering at which people express feelings of love, friendship, or physical attraction towards each other
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