LOVINGLY: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for LOVINGLY?

Need another word that means the same as “lovingly”? Find 1 synonym and 30 related words for “lovingly” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Lovingly” are: fondly

Lovingly as an Adverb

Definitions of "Lovingly" as an adverb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “lovingly” as an adverb can have the following definitions:

  • With love or great care.
  • With fondness; with love.
Definitions of "Lovingly" as an adverb

Synonyms of "Lovingly" as an adverb (1 Word)

fondlyWith fondness; with love.
They fondly believed the cheers were for them.
Synonyms of "Lovingly" as an adverb (1 Word)

Usage Examples of "Lovingly" as an adverb

  • A lovingly restored building.
  • They smile lovingly at each other.

Associations of "Lovingly" (30 Words)

affectionA gentle feeling of fondness or liking.
He had trouble expressing the affection he felt.
caressA gentle affectionate stroking (or something resembling it.
She caressed the girl s forehead.
cherishBe fond of; be attached to.
I cherish the letters she wrote.
coupleAn indefinite small number.
He hoped she d be better in a couple of days.
cuddlyInviting cuddling or hugging.
A cuddly teddybear.
duoTwo items of the same kind.
Two duos for violin and viola.
embraceUsed to refer to something which is regarded as surrounding, holding, or restricting someone.
They embraced.
familyA social unit living together.
All manuscripts that share this reading constitute a family.
fondlyWith affection or liking.
Things I fondly recall from my childhood.
househusbandA husband who keeps house while his wife earns the family income.
hugHold (something) closely or tightly round or against part of one’s body.
Come here and give me a big hug.
husbandUse (resources) economically.
She husbanded their financial resources through difficult times.
joinCause to become joined or linked.
Her brothers joined up in 1914.
kissTouch lightly or gently.
There was a brief kiss of their hands in passing.
kissingAffectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs.
kithYour friends and acquaintances.
A widow without kith or kin.
lovableInspiring or deserving love or affection.
A mischievous but lovable child.
loveA person or thing that one loves.
She loves her boss and works hard for him.
marriageThe act of marrying; the nuptial ceremony.
A happy marriage.
marriedA person who is married.
Married life.
mateSouth American tea like drink made from leaves of a South American holly called mate.
Camels hate leaving their mates.
newlywedSomeone recently married.
partnerAssociate or work together as partners.
Young farmers who partnered Isabel to the village dance.
patPat or squeeze fondly or playfully especially under the chin.
He patted him consolingly on the shoulder.
polygamistSomeone who is married to two or more people at the same time.
A Mississippi based group of practising polygamists.
prenuptialRelating to events before a marriage.
Prenuptial pregnancy.
treasureBe fond of; be attached to.
She set out to look at the art treasures.
wedCombine (two factors or qualities, especially desirable ones.
Will you wed your daughter to him.

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