Definition of 'loving'
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You meet an ambitious person who is loving and supportive. The Sun (2016)Tell your girlfriend it would be far better for her mum to find a loving relationship for herself. The Sun (2016)And surely there is a less intrusive way of telling the world what a loving husband she has? The Sun (2016)It's a really happy story and she deserves to be in a loving relationship. The Sun (2016)Your confidence and willpower suddenly feel so strong, meaning you can set the pace in a loving relationship. The Sun (2016)When it comes to love, one question and one answer could change what seems to be just flirty fun into such a warm and loving relationship. The Sun (2016)I would love to have a loving relationship but I want to have fun too. The Sun (2016)It was a loving family with a hard work ethic. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This will be a challenging but loving relationship. The Sun (2014)We want to make sure people keep loving tennis. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She is a very sensible person and a loving mother and wife. The Sun (2013)This could also take the pressure off a relationship and bring back that loving feeling. The Sun (2012)He was a loving husband and father. The Sun (2007)We are going to have to overwhelm the culture with loving care. Christianity Today (2000)Investigation proved that her family were loving and more than a little puzzled. Know Your Own Mind (1991)He is also the loving father of an infant daughter. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)The moon helps a relationship rediscover that loving feeling. The Sun (2013)And a loving family would not be torn to bits. The Sun (2013)It sounds as if he finds intimacy in a loving relationship much more of a challenge. The Sun (2013)There's something loving about the photos. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In loving memory, to my beautiful granddaughter. The Sun (2008)They sat eating together at the kitchen table, a loving husband and wife to the end. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He also tweeted a touching picture of his mum inside a white heart with the caption: 'In loving memory. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'loving'
British English: loving ADJECTIVE
Someone who is loving feels or shows love to other people.
He was a most loving husband and father.
Definition of loving from the Collins English Dictionary
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