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  • 1 much loved — much loved/respected/admired/criticized/etc phrase used for describing someone or something that is loved, respected etc a lot or by many people Lord Buckingham was a much loved and respected figure. the much criticized UN peacekeeping mission to …

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  • 2 much-loved — adj. Much loved is used with these nouns: ↑brother …

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  • 3 much — [ mʌtʃ ] (comparative more [ mɔr ] ; superlative most [ moust ] ) function word, quantifier *** Much can be used in the following ways: as a determiner (followed by an uncountable noun): There isn t much time left. How much money do you have? as… …

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  • 4 much respected — much loved/respected/admired/criticized/etc phrase used for describing someone or something that is loved, respected etc a lot or by many people Lord Buckingham was a much loved and respected figure. the much criticized UN peacekeeping mission to …

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  • 5 much admired — much loved/respected/admired/criticized/etc phrase used for describing someone or something that is loved, respected etc a lot or by many people Lord Buckingham was a much loved and respected figure. the much criticized UN peacekeeping mission to …

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  • 6 much criticized — much loved/respected/admired/criticized/etc phrase used for describing someone or something that is loved, respected etc a lot or by many people Lord Buckingham was a much loved and respected figure. the much criticized UN peacekeeping mission to …

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  • 7 much */*/*/ — UK [mʌtʃ] / US adverb, determiner, pronoun Word forms much : comparative more UK [mɔː(r)] / US [mɔr] superlative most UK [məʊst] / US [moʊst] Summary: Much can be used in the following ways: as a determiner (followed by an uncountable noun):… …

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  • 8 much — 1 /mVtS/ adverb 1 much taller/much more difficult etc used especially before comparatives and superlatives to mean a lot taller, a lot more difficult: You get a much better view if you stand on a chair. | She looks much fatter in real life than… …

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  • 9 -loved — [[t] lʌvd[/t]] COMB in ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n loved combines with adverbs to form adjectives that describe how much someone or something is loved. The similarities between the much loved father and his son are remarkable. ...two of Mendelssohn s… …

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  • 10 much — much1 W1S1 [mʌtʃ] adv 1.) by a great amount much better/greater/easier etc ▪ Henry s room is much bigger than mine. ▪ These shoes are much more comfortable. ▪ I m feeling very much better, thank you. much too big/old etc ▪ He was driving much too …

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  • 11 loved — /luvd/, adj. held in deep affection; cherished: loved companions; much loved friends. [1250 1300; ME] * * * …

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  • 12 Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old) — Single by Garth Brooks from the album Garth Brooks B side Alabama Clay Released March 6, 1989 …

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  • 13 loved one — loved ,one noun count someone you care about very much, especially a member of your family …

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  • 14 loved one — noun a person who you love, usually a member of your family • Hypernyms: ↑person, ↑individual, ↑someone, ↑somebody, ↑mortal, ↑soul * * * a close or cherished relation: to mourn the loss of our loved ones. [1860 65] * * * loved one UK US …

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  • 15 loved one — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms loved one : singular loved one plural loved ones someone who you care about very much, especially a member of your family …

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  • 16 “Loved Dead, The“ —    Short story (4,000 words); written in collaboration with C.M.Eddy, Jr., probably in October 1923. First published in WT(May–June– July 1924); rpt. Arkham Sampler(Summer 1948); first collected in DB; corrected text in HM    A man living in the… …

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  • 17 loved — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. deSired, cherished, well beloved; see beloved . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Regarded with much love and tenderness: beloved, darling, dear, precious. See LOVE …

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  • 18 Didn't You Know How Much I Loved You — Single by Kellie Pickler from the album Kellie Pickler …

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  • 19 Not So Much to Be Loved as to Love — Studio album by Jonathan Richman Released …

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  • 20 The Spy Who Loved Me (film) — Infobox Film Bond | name = The Spy Who Loved Me caption = The Spy Who Loved Me film poster by Bob Peak bond = Roger Moore stars = Barbara Bach Curd Jürgens Richard Kiel writer = Christopher Wood cinematography = Claude Renoir screenplay =… …

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