Definition of 'lovebird'
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Example sentences containing 'lovebird'
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The two unlikely lovebirds had used false names and pictures of each other to set up the rendezvous.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The reunited lovebirds have their entire family around them as they tie the knot for the second time.The Sun (2009)
Will the lovebirds be reunited?The Sun (2015)
It dragged the royal lovebirds up a mountain on their skis so they could swoop down the slopes of the posh Swiss resort.The Sun (2008) The Sun (2016)
Couple of kids carrying on like that - you two lovebirds need to take a good, hard look at yourselves.The Sun (2015)
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