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love-book, book treating of love (S.) Gent. I. i. 19; love-broker, one who acts as an agent between lovers Tw.N. III. ii. 41; love-cause (S.), loveaffair AYL. IV. i. 100; love-day, day appointed for a meeting to settle a dispute Tit. I. i. 491; love-feat (S.), act of courtship LLL. V. ii. 123; love-in-idleness, heartsease, Viola tricolor MND. II. i. 168; love-juice (S.), juice used as a philtre MND. III. ii. 89; love-line (S.), love-letter All'sW. II. i. 81.
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