How to use love match in a sentence
He wants to move back to Maryland, and the gang thought a love match might make it happen sooner.Date Lab: They talked for seven hours. On Zoom. Really. | Tanya Ballard Brown | April 15, 2021 | Washington Post
For one, easing the borders between our professional and personal lives during Covid-19 has led more people to explore love matches with people they work with.Having an office crush can make you happier and more productive | Anne Quito | February 12, 2021 | Quartz
She is by all accounts very fond of him, and her mother Carole is keen to see a love match.'
It was a love-match on both sides; and poor Jacob was never the same after her death.
Considering he had made a second marriage, and a love match at that, this seemed rather strange.The Riddle of the Mysterious Light | Mary E. Hanshew
She had made early what for want of a better expression we may call a love match, in which she had been bitterly disappointed.The Makers of Modern Rome | Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
She brought him a large dower, but he was wealthy and it was a love match.Life in the War Zone | Gertrude Atherton
For, unlike most Indian marriages, theirs was a true love-match.Life in an Indian Outpost | Gordon Casserly
British Dictionary definitions for love match
a betrothal or marriage based on mutual love rather than any other considerations
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