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Lovely vs. Adorable

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Lovelyadjective

Beautiful; charming; very pleasing in form, looks, tone, or manner.

‘It's a lovely day and the sun is shining.’; ‘The music box plays a lovely melody.’; ‘The castle garden enchants visitors with its lovely blooms.’;

Adorableadjective

Befitting of being adored; cute or loveable.

Lovelyadjective

Very nice, wonderful.

‘It would be lovely to have a little more money to spend.’;

Adorableadjective

Deserving to be adored; worthy of divine honors.

‘The adorable Author of Christianity.’;

Lovelyadjective

(obsolete) Inspiring love or friendship; amiable.

Adorableadjective

Worthy of the utmost love or respect.

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Lovelyadjective

(obsolete) Loving, filled with love.

Adorableadjective

lovable especially in a childlike or naive way

Lovelyadjective

Worthy of praise.

Lovelyadverb

(informal) In a lovely fashion or manner; beautifully.

Lovelynoun

(informal) An attractive, lovely person, especially a (professional) beauty.

‘a calendar depicting young lovelies in bikinis’;

Lovelynoun

Term of fond address.

‘Goodbye, my lovely.’;

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Lovelynoun

A lovely object.

Lovelyadjective

Having such an appearance as excites, or is fitted to excite, love; beautiful; charming; very pleasing in form, looks, tone, or manner.

‘Not one so fair of face, of speech so lovely.’; ‘If I had such a tire, this face of mineWere full as lovely as is this of hers.’;

Lovelyadjective

Lovable; amiable; having qualities of any kind which excite, or are fitted to excite, love or friendship.

‘A most lovely gentlemanlike man.’;

Lovelyadjective

Loving; tender.

‘Many a lovely look on them he cast.’;

Lovelyadjective

Very pleasing; - applied loosely to almost anything which is not grand or merely pretty; as, a lovely view; a lovely valley; a lovely melody.

‘Indeed these fieldsAre lovely, lovelier not the Elysian lawns.’;

Lovelyadverb

In a manner to please, or to excite love.

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Lovelynoun

a very pretty girl who works as a photographer's model

Lovelyadjective

appealing to the emotions as well as the eye

Lovelyadjective

lovable especially in a childlike or naive way

Lovelyadjective

very beautiful or attractive

‘she looked lovely’; ‘lovely views’;

Lovelyadjective

very pleasant or enjoyable; delightful

‘how lovely to see you!’; ‘we've had a lovely day’;

Lovelynoun

an attractive woman or girl

‘a bevy of lovelies’;

Lovelynoun

used as an affectionate form of address

‘don't worry, my lovely’;

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