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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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The East Midlands was the sexiest area in the country, with 11 per cent across all age groups saying they spend more than 10 hours a week making love.
People in East Anglia are the least sexually active, with one in 20 of them saying they spend less than one hour a week making love.
A regional breakdown shows the East Midlands to be the sexiest area in the country, with 11 per cent across all age groups saying they spend more than ten hours a week making love.
Louis Belanger's Post Mortem impressed audiences and critics alike with its confident directing and subtle yet quirky treatment of a very unusual love story, that of a mortician who resuscitates a strangled young woman brought into his morgue by making love to her supposed corpse.
RUPERT Murdoch once likened his relationship with Tony Blair to "making love like porcupines very, very carefully".
The ReDormin Sleep Study found that doing yoga can increase a person's sleep by 64 minutes, while making love and a hot shower before going to bed can each give you 6 minutes of extra sleep, the Courier Mail reported.
IF your sex life is usually confined to the bedroom, making love in the great outdoors can add a little adventure.
Q MY girlfriend has a really high sex drive and loves experimenting and making love in different places.
MAKING love is only the 10th most popular bedtime activity for the average British couple, a survey revealed yesterday.
DeLaria plays Bottom, the buffoonish workman who winds up in a spell, making love to a fair] queen.