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Drug slang A regionally popular street term for crack cocaine
Psychology The personal experience and manifest expression of emotional attachment or bonding to another person
Types Sacred and profane love, and affectional and erotic love. The word is also used in the vernacular as a synonym for like or fancy
Sports medicine Nil, naught (tennis)

love

[ME.]
1. Profound concern and affection for another person.
2. In psychoanalysis, love may be equated with pleasure, particularly as it applies to the gratifying sexual experiences between individuals.
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Once, they made love in the grounds of her Berkshire mansion - nicknamed Southfork - which she and Andrew shared when they were first married.
Six years is a very long time to have not made love or even talked about the fact that you're not doing it.
22 percent people said that while they have not made love in the workplace, they have thought about doing it and 41 percent admitted that they believe some of their co-workers have made love in the workplace.
Outdoor sex is also popular among Americans and the study found that 75per cent of people have made love in an 'adventurous locale'.
In fact, we went to bed that night and made love in a way we haven't made love since our honeymoon.
Then they made love - with him re-enacting sex scenes from his romantic film The End Of The Affair.
Yeah, so the dykes fought more than they made love.