- inspiring love; lovely; lovable.
- amorous; loving.
Origin of lovesome
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Examples from the Web for lovesome
In June, therefore, the garden was a "Lovesome spot" indeed.Patchwork
Anna Balmer Myers
On the pedestal was carved, "A garden is a lovesome spot, God wot."Bizarre
Mistress Martin, a pair of lovesome white silk stockings (Note 2).Joyce Morrell's Harvest
Emily Sarah Holt
Piers was good and lovesome, and I do not blame you for loving him as long as it was right to do so.I, Thou, and the Other One
Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
But the gate which led to the Lovesome Garden was open wide, so that one might see the Cupid as he rode his swan.The Tin Soldier
Word Origin and History for lovesome
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