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Synonyms for sweetheart

Synonyms for sweetheart

Synonyms for sweetheart

a person loved by another person

any well-liked individual

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a very attractive or seductive looking woman

privileged treatment of a favored person or corporation (sometimes unethically)

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Mechanical technician Sean had been working overtime to save up for his wedding to school sweet-heart Katherine Bissett next year.
He married sweet-heart Catherine Gorst in Toxteth in February, 1941.
From the little gardens of little places where son or sweet-heart was born and bred.
While Tesco has already launched its traditional sweets selections across 100 stores, M& S reckons it will quickly become the nation's sweet-heart with its extensive new range of own-label treats - all of which are additive-free.
Liverpool skipper Phil Thompson marries sweet-heart Margaret Ireland at St Joseph's, Kirkby in June, 1981.
CHILDHOOD sweet-heart Amelia is waiting when George Dashwood returns from the Great War with his VC.
Theo Walcott's teenage sweet-heart Melanie Slade pulled her own modest suitcase on wheels.
She said: "If I had a son I would like him to be like Jonny because he's such a sweet-heart.
He is now 25 and last month married his childhood sweet-heart Jules, after he got up at 5am to cook bread for their reception.
Sweet-hearts will be swooning the length and breadth of Britain as the stomach-churning misery of Valentine's Day pays its annual visit.
Childhood sweet-hearts, Maureen and Raymond Reed, are dancing their way towards 50 happy years together.
Sweet-hearts might want to pop in on Valentine's Day tomorrow and share an Amore, or Lovers Cup for 2.
Devoted sweet-hearts Bill and Doreen Stacey have celebrated 60 years of happy marriage.