Examples of loving in a Sentence
The old house has undergone a loving restoration.
they were a loving family, supporting each other when times were bad
Recent Examples of loving from the Web
Woodson's grandmother, Kathy Parris, said the youngster was a beautiful and loving child.
A loving family, including a young son who looked up to him, strengthened his resolve.
France’s Last Best Place (Harper/HarperCollins, $28.99) is his loving record of that stay.
This Hall of Famer will long be remembered for many things, including a perfect game, a larger-than-life personality, a passion for Kentucky and a loving family.
The post was met with many loving reactions from fans, who gave Streisand their support and condolences.
Katie Joseph called her younger brother a loving, funny and friendly person who adored daughters, ages 6 and 8.
Even mild masochistic desire can trigger folks — and, perhaps, especially a certain sort of man who can’t square a woman’s desire to be spanked with his vision of her as his loving partner and mother to his children.
But the robots of his dreams are complex, funny, loving machines.
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Before 12th Century
First Known Use of loving
before 12th century
LOVING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of loving for English Language Learners
: feeling or showing love
: very careful and thorough
LOVING Defined for Kids
Definition of loving for Students
: feeling or showing love or great care a loving glance
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