a close or cherished relation: to mourn the loss of our loved ones.
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How to use loved one in a sentence
Ambiguous loss therefore can linger, unresolved, freezing us in the grieving process and perhaps leaving us wondering whether we can reconcile, or whether our loved ones will ever revert to the way they were.Politics and conspiracy theories are fracturing relationships. Here’s how to grieve those broken bonds. | Jeff Schrum | February 11, 2021 | Washington Post
He said they are expecting strong YoY growth this Valentine’s Day because of consumers treating themselves to flowers this year, or sending flowers to loved ones.Brands court customers with different tactics this Covid-tinged Valentine’s Day | Erika Wheless | February 11, 2021 | Digiday
The holidays are always the most difficult after losing loved ones.Tom Konchalski made basketball better. The sport won’t be the same without him. | John Feinstein | February 8, 2021 | Washington Post
If they were to suddenly stop doing those things, their loved ones would know they’d been replaced by an evil clone or an enemy agent who had undergone extensive plastic surgery.In the fight against evil clones, food may be our greatest weapon | John Kelly | February 8, 2021 | Washington Post
That’s also when I invited readers to share the unique habits that their friends and loved ones know to look for.Habit forming: Here are some of the quirks that make these readers unique | John Kelly | February 7, 2021 | Washington Post
Women mourn for the lost love, says Dr. Brinton, men mourn for the lost loved-one.Increasing Personal Efficiency | Russell H. Conwell
Ah, loved one, thou dost not pause to find what 'tis which makes thy heart to beat in unison with the murmuring of the waters!Natalie | Ferna Vale
These were far from being the sole triumphs achieved at Burgos by this lover of truth, and loved-one of the ladies.