The Randolphs' love-match had been regarded as establishing a sort of standard of excellence.
For, she added, nothing but a love-match was to be thought of in her Edward's case.
Her marriage, she was fond of saying, had been a love-match, and she had never got beyond the romantic stage of her attachment.
"I am so glad that it will turn out a love-match after all," Maud replied, with enthusiasm.
It was a love-match, and, therefore, a popular event all over the land.
Never leaves her; theirs was a love-match; you must have seen them.
"Father's and mother's was a love-match," says Bobby, gravely.
It was, moreover, on the bride's side at least, a love-match.
Their match, despite the disparity of age, was in the best sense of the word a love-match.
Was it really a love-match, as people called it at Sauveterre?