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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Well, next let me tell you, dearest, that last night I slept better and more soundly than I had ever hoped to do, and that I am the more delighted at the fact in that, as you know, I had just settled into a new lodging--a circumstance only too apt to keep one from sleeping!
But, to amuse you, dearest, let me describe these people more categorically in my next letter, and tell you in detail about their lives.
Still am I your love's heir and heritage, blooming to your memory with many-hued, wild-growing virtues, O ye dearest ones!
Yea, at you, ye dearest ones, did malice ever shoot its arrows--to hit my heart!
Behold Bella tripping along the streets, the dearest girl afoot under the summer sun!
Then, John Rokesmith put the queen's countenance on the letter-- when had Her Gracious Majesty looked so benign as on that blessed morning!--and then Bella popped it into the post-office, and said merrily, 'Now, dearest Pa, you are safe, and will never be taken alive!'
"But you MUST, dearest! Good heavens, why dozens of mushroom millionaires would jump at such a possession!
"Do you mind if I tell you the dearest wish of my heart?" he promptly returned.
It is subordinate to the dearest wish, which is that some day you will share Berande with me in a completer way than that of mere business partnership.
My dearest girl, dearer to me than anything in life, if you are unhappy, let me share your unhappiness.
"Dearest Georgiana, I have spent much thought upon the subject," hastily interrupted Aylmer.
"Noblest, dearest, tenderest wife," cried Aylmer, rapturously, "doubt not my power.
Many of my acquaintances are already there for the winter; I wish that I could hear that you, my dearest friend, had any intention of making one of the crowd-- but of that I despair.
With all these circumstances to favour an attachment, and nothing to prevent it, am I wrong, my dearest Jane, in indulging the hope of an event which will secure the happiness of so many?' "
But, my dearest Catherine, what have you been doing with yourself all this morning?