Definition of Loveys
1. lovey [n] - See also: lovey
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Loveys
Literary usage of Loveys
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Publications of the Harleian Society by Harleian Society (1874)
"(JM) • Theophilus, s. of Theophilus loveys and Elizab. his wife, bap. 9 Nov., 1623. ... Leonard loveys of Lifton and Zenobia Thome of Sheepwash, mar. lie. ..."
2. The Argosy by Henry Wood, Charles William Wood, Mrs Henry Wood (1885)
"But at Shepstone came out comely Mrs. loveys, in her best spotted gown and a ... Harry Tredennick resisted all Mrs. loveys' invitations to come in and take ..."
3. Case and His Contempories: Or, The Canadian Itinerant's Memorial by John Carroll (1871)
"loveys at our Conference, and his recommendation from your Quarterly/ Conference, I think, will be as acceptable as from any of our own. 108. ..."