Definition of loveless
1 : having no love a loveless relationship
2 : not loved
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Another critics' favorite, Andrey Zvyagintsev's bleak Russian drama Loveless, placed third with the Jury Prize.
Loveless, Zvyagintsev's third Cannes competition entry, is produced by longtime producing partner Alexander Rodnyansky.
Kyung, a Korean-American, grew up financially comfortable — surrounded by tutors, music lessons and other markers of success — but in loveless, unaffectionate surroundings.
Loveless lives on a block where six of the 15 houses are now sober homes.
Loveless also her team lone goal in the Knights (7-8) semifinal loss to Lake Norman.
In 1947 Maine, Grace Holland is the mother of two toddlers in a dutiful but loveless — and borderline abusive — marriage to taciturn Gene, a highway surveyor.
Loveless has two daughters, one at Forest Ridge Elementary and another at Patuxent Valley Middle.
Virginia and Alice Madden, impoverished by the death of their father, are growing old together in a genteel boardinghouse, a fate their sister Monica has been spared thanks only to a loveless marriage.
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