One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Her clear eyes gazed lovelessly at me as I stood still, my own eyes burning into hers in hope of inflicting some emotional torture.’
- ‘The two countries, ostensibly allies, too often view each other suspiciously and lovelessly.’
- ‘The good people of my parish lost their individuality and were absorbed into my mental picture of ‘Episcopalians,’ people to whom I would be heroically but lovelessly loyal.’
- ‘Its characters went from apprehension to despair and grappled lovelessly, but with erotic intensity.’
- ‘Rose is an orphan who has been living in New York City, luxuriously but lovelessly.’
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