And seven GOP senators, led by Tea Party darling Jim DeMint, support the Parental Rights Amendment.
Either way, darling has a boyfriend who plays in the hardcore punk band Sunday League.
Five copies were sent to the author, and on January 29 Jane Austen wrote that “I have got my own darling child from London.”
Take Joni Ernst, a GOP darling now favored to be the next senator from Iowa.
That failure could signal the end of his brief stint as the darling of the Republican base.
Oh, if any harm should befall her beautiful, darling Flossy!
"You are a philosopher, my darling Louis, and that must be the reason," added Felix.
I love you too well to respect you, darling, replied Jasper.
"My darling, you must not take it so to heart," he entreats.
darling, you're too tired—see, you can hold his hand across my shoulder.
Old English deorling "darling, favorite minion," double diminutive of deor "dear" (see dear (adj.)). The vowel shift from -e- to -a- (16c.) is usual for -er- followed by a consonant. "It is better to be An olde mans derlyng, than a yong mans werlyng" (1562).
Ps. 22:20; 35:17) means an "only one."