[ US /ˈɫəvɫi/ ]
[ UK /lˈʌvli/ ]
  1. a very pretty girl who works as a photographer's model
  1. appealing to the emotions as well as the eye
  2. lovable especially in a childlike or naive way
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How To Use lovely In A Sentence

  • She described him as 'maddening, but lovely' and the untidiest and clumsiest person she had met. Times, Sunday Times
  • In town for the competition is Phil's arch rival and inveterate cheat Ray and his lovely American daughter Christina.
  • Mmm, that pudding was lovely.
  • I also happen to have some agelessly lovely friends. Michele Willens: Face It: We Are All 'Hot' Somewhere
  • Kirkland is a lovely city nestled on Lake Washington, with views of the water, the Seattle skyline, and of course Mount Rainier, which is by far the area's most impressive and hopefully most dormant volcano. Archive 2007-10-01
  • A group of promising young musicians, accompanied by Peter Duffy, played a selection of polkas, marches, and the lovely air ‘Inis Oirr’.
  • Nancy Finn at Chasing Rainbows dyes lovely silk caps and tussah and and and... Spinning Silk Hankies
  • A hard-nosed unmoveable man, who sacrifices his lovely daughter to ward off future kidnap threats on his beloved son.
  • It was a lovely dog. It was a cross between a collie and a golden retriever.
  • The hotel had a lovely relaxed atmosphere .
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