endearment


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Synonyms for endearment

loving word

Synonyms

  • loving word
  • sweet talk
  • sweet nothing
  • term of affection
  • affectionate utterance

Words related to endearment

the act of showing affection

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He laid the girl down by her mother, who poured out endearments and caresses from an overflowing heart, and one could detect a flickering faint light of response in the child's eyes, but that was all.
From the age of six to that of sixteen, Julia had no other communications with Miss Emmerson than those endearments which neither could suppress, and a constant and assiduous attention on the part of the aunt to the health and attire of her niece.
Anne Everingham: " It's a term of endearment - nothing else.
Baba' is the love team's term of endearment for each other.
Thinking about you all the time", she said: "It's not uncommon for me to have a term of endearment with my friends.
Bahraini composer Esam Al Jawder launched his second album, Endearment, at Al Riwaq Art Space, Adliya.
Linda Webber I'VE been called 'love' and other terms of endearment by men and women in retail and restaurants, I have no problem with it as they are just being friendly not sexist Kirsty Bridge CLEAR our streets of paedophiles before anyone thinks about the pathetic view of a man calling a woman his lol lol Alan Christopher Johnson BEING new to Cardiff, I find people using 'my love' in conversation to be really sweet and comfortable.
Stephanie Kirkman Meikle, CEO of Harrogate Skills 4 Living, which runs Brackenley, said: "If you are given a term of endearment, it is nice to know you are loved, particularly if you have no other family.
So, although we were not the recipients of terms of endearment, we knew we were loved.
Alan Smithee follows this grand tradition of surprising yet thoughtfully considered collage, drawing on three film scripts that span decades and countries: Terms of Endearment, Doctor Zhivago and Le Circle Rouge.
In a cute touch, Thiago's shirt said ' Papi', the term of endearment for father in Spanish.
As someone of complete Birmingham origin, the endearment for a Brummie mother was always 'mom' or 'our mom.
The 'Vogue' hitmaker said that she was not racist and did not mean to use the word as a slur, but as a term of endearment and knew there was no way to defend its use.
So she blended its Hebrew word, "buba," with a French-sounding term of endearment, "joujou," to create a distinct nickname that would stick with the boy for life "Bougie.
A lot of that endearment boiled down to Shannon Kelly's operatic singing, her amazing capacity to cover an immense range of emotions with feeling and fullness.