Origin of loved
Examples from the Web for unloved
Instead, they will be at best a stale and bitter punchline of our times and then fade, unloved, into obscurity.A Brief History of Wingnuts in America; From George Washington to Woodstock|John Avlon|August 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Only the unloved hate,” Chaplin cried, “the unloved and the unnatural!
So for now Newt is left broke and unloved, facing the long road ahead with a raised fist.Newt’s Two-Man-Race Narrative Collapses After Santorum Victories|John Avlon|February 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He was unelected, unloved, unsuccessful, tribal, opportunistic and calculating.
Amelia stood alone and unloved in her family, feared and avoided by all the merry, thoughtless, pleasure seeking circle.Frederick The Great and His Family|L. Muhlbach
You would be more to be pitied as an unloved or unloving wife, than she.Husks|Marion Harland
And that, surely, ought to have been the Big Moment in the career of an unloved invertebrate.The Prairie Child|Arthur Stringer
There was a sullen apathy as regarded the unloved old egoist.A Fascinating Traitor|Richard Henry Savage
How hungry for love and fun I was—an unloved little drudge with never a chance to play!Rainbow Valley|Lucy Maud Montgomery
British Dictionary definitions for unloved
Word Origin and History for unloved
He that can love unloved again,
Hath better store of love than brain
[Robert Ayton (1570-1638)]