dearest


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darling

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most beloved

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  • most beloved

Synonyms for dearest

a beloved person

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For you must know, dearest Clifford, that we are very poor.
After a little further conversation, we went round to the chandler's shop, to enlist Peggotty; Traddles declining to pass the evening with me, both because he endured the liveliest apprehensions that his property would be bought by somebody else before he could re-purchase it, and because it was the evening he always devoted to writing to the dearest girl in the world.
Yes, perhaps at this moment the two objects of my dearest love caress each other under the eye of Heaven.
Dearest Miss Briggs, break the news as your delicate sympathy will know how to do it--to my dear, my beloved friend and benefactress.
YOUR reputation, dearest Rachel, is something too pure and too sacred to be trifled with.
I will come, dearest," he said, "on condition that we don't speak of this hateful subject again.
Thank you, dearest Amy,' returned Fanny, kissing her.
But you are,' resumed Fanny, 'as is well known, the dearest little thing that ever was
Licence, dearest of angels--give notice at the church--call you mine, to-morrow'--said Mr.
Cheapest adult matchday ticket: pounds 14 Dearest adult matchday ticket: pounds 16 Cheapest adult season ticket: pounds 220 Dearest season ticket: pounds 290 Cheapest scarf: pounds 3.
In this all new movie, available on DVD today, Barbie(R) discovers that two of her dearest friends are actually fairies
DENTISTS in Shakespeare's home town are the dearest in Britain and charge nearly twice the national average for a check-up.
He said: "I couldn't be more excited to be back on the radio with one of my dearest friends.
Suddenly at home on 20th July 2013, aged 79 years, Cedric, loving husband of Dorothy, much loved dad of Jane and Karen, father-in-law of Paul, treasured grandad of Rebecca and dearest brother and uncle of all the family.
The ferry to New Brighton Then splashing about in the sea Journeys by train to Moreton Were utter bliss to me Annie my dearest mum Took us on these seaside trips In those bygone days of yore Ice cream tubs and candy floss Who could ask for anything more We went for a ride on the ferris wheel Then tried the dodgems too Screamed with fright on the Ghost Train But went back again and again I look back on those special outings And long for those days once more Annie my mum died a long time ago In those wonderful days of yore by Mrs L.