noun Chiefly British Informal.
- lovers' lane,
- loves park,
- loving cup,
Origin of lovey
Examples from the Web for lovey
I've seen you all in better days, lovey, and I'm as fond of everything in the house as you are, but I see no way out of it.
The chapel-door opened softly to Lovey's hand, and she crept up to Mary's image, and abased herself before it.
I dress up in a blanket for a court dress, and we wake up Lovey and play our royal visit.Phyllis|Maria Thompson Daviess
Lovey—standing very demure, and smoothing her apron down along her thighs—confessed that she had laid her trouble before Our Lady.
A young physician, a friend of Mrs. Roseveldt's, was visiting the Home just as Lovey completed this triumph.Witch Winnie|Elizabeth W. Champney