affection with no limits or conditions; complete love
Richardson countered, says a friend, “with unconditional love, constantly protecting, praising her husband.”
Still, Mitt did echo Gore, a diluted imitation: “My mom and dad gave their kids the greatest gift of all—unconditional love.”
She gets past the exterior, and just saw him deserving of unconditional love.
The greatest gift that my dad has given me has been unconditional love.
Obama never wanted for unconditional love, which came from his grandmother, another working woman.
My folks gave us the greatest gift of all,” Romney said, “unconditional love.
But George H.W. Bush is a man of capacious and unconditional love, so I imagine that carried him through the day.
Sexual love has undergone a change, it is no longer love in the true sense, but the unconditional love of the mystic.
Preachers, poets, soldiers, and statesmen employ the same phrases of unconditional love and reverence.