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loved one

a close or cherished relation:
to mourn the loss of our loved ones.
Origin of loved one
1860-65 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • And day after day, they look anxiously to sea under racing clouds, waiting and watching for a loved one's boat to appear.
  • Imagine buying one for a loved one as a gift and loading it up with their favorite books.
  • But a zombie story is about protecting your children and keeping your family safe or dealing with the loss of a loved one.
  • It's used as an exclamation when a loved one is in pain or emotional distress.
  • It's fun to pick out a few options with your loved one as you sample oysters from all over the country.
  • Funeral options that honor your loved one--and the planet.
  • It's even more critical to be warm and supportive when your loved one gets good news.
  • As anyone who has lost a loved one knows, the difference between zero and one is an infinity.
  • Professional photographers are available to capture a special moment with your loved one.
  • Too often, would-be kidney donors are wasted because the friend or loved one they want to help isn't a match.

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