a letter or note written by someone to his or her sweetheart or lover
(in Malaysia) a type of biscuit, made from eggs and rice flour and rolled into a cylinder
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How to use love letter in a sentence
So too does Inherent Vice, which is something like a love letter written in pot smoke to the Gold Coast.
And one of them is a love letter to “Mon Raymond,” my Raymond, who is Nicolas, in fact.
The most recent, a great big, messy love letter, is about to land with a dull thud in your neighborhood bookstore.
But under the very enjoyable surface of big cool robots fighting big cool monsters, this film is a love letter.The ‘Pacific Rim’ Geekfest: Portal, Godzilla, Mecha & More Influences | Victoria Kezra | July 13, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Roger Ebert wrote those words in 1980 for The Atlantic magazine, a love letter to the medium that became his employer: the movies.
If you're going to write a love-letter to Dic, you will be sure to spoil the first sheet, perhaps the second and third.
She destroyed number two with great haste and some irritation, for it was almost a love-letter.
It was not to be a love-letter; simply an appeal for forgiveness to a friend whom she had wantonly injured.
You paid me a lot of money—all in advance—for a six weeks' special edition de luxe Love-Letter Serial.Molly Make-Believe | Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
That letter meant much to Olga; it was her only love letter.The Devil | Joseph O'Brien