Origin of loveless
Related formslove·less·ly, adverblove·less·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for loveless
Representing “Loveless” is a Grant member whom Vaillant refers to as “Sam Lovelace.”
“Like many of the Loveless men, it was hard for him to let love in,” writes Vaillant.
Loveless is an ex-Confederate scientist who hopes to get back at the North for winning the Civil War.Brad Pitt and More Oscar Nominees’ Most Embarrassing Roles (Video)|Marlow Stern|February 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Washington could never have married a poor woman, but neither could he have tolerated a cold and loveless marriage.
But the marriage was loveless and lonely and McRay found herself meandering the manicured grounds, plotting her escape.
Normal, formal, and colourless, she was what was to be expected of a loveless marriage.The Turtles of Tasman|Jack London
By no stretch of imagination could she picture herself like the infirm and loveless creature before her.Life and Gabriella|Ellen Glasgow
Loveless marriage was reprobated by Tennyson, and Mr. Hughes goes into ecstacies over the tremendous fact.Flowers of Freethought|George W. Foote
He meditates upon his loveless life and the burthen of riches.Certain Personal Matters|H. G. Wells
Not seldom a nun broke her vow and preferred excommunication to a loveless existence.Women of the Teutonic Nations|Hermann Schoenfeld