1. like or in the manner of a lover
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How To Use loverlike In A Sentence

  • But he remained annoyingly unloverlike and, worst of all, seemed to see through all her maneuverings to bring him to his knees. Gone with the Wind
  • In all he said, now that matters were arranged he was calm, practical, and unloverlike, and for all that she would he had been less self-possessed, her faith in him caused her, upon reflection, even to admire this which she conceived to be restraint. The Tavern Knight
  • Doctor Eben did not know that he was in many small ways an unloverlike husband. Hetty's Strange History
  • It would have been difficult to imagine a more unloverlike attitude. Desert Conquest or, Precious Waters
  • John Arthur was more bland and smiling than Madeline had ever before known him, while as for old Amos, he nearly lost himself in a maze of grins and chuckles, but displayed a very unloverlike appetite, nevertheless, and divided his attention pretty evenly between the beautiful face of Madeline, and the viands on the table. Madeline Payne, the Detective's Daughter
  • Beneath the mixed hardwood and redwood forest canopy, the light is dim, broken in places into shafts that highlight clusters of maidenhair ferns and lush beds of redwood sorrel, a cloverlike ground cover.
  • Actually, a pigheaded nincompoop was what he called her, in distinctly unloverlike tones. LADY of SKYE
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