WORDS OF LOVE
Have you ever been at a loss of words while you were 'in the moment'? Here is a romantic thesaurus of sorts to help you along:
magicUsed to describe a feeling of love and passion.
adoreTo like or love very much.
inamoratoA male lover.
sugar babyAn affectionate term.
admireTo regard with pleasure, wonder, and approval. To have a high opinion of; esteem or respect. Ex. I admire you.
cherishTo treat with affection and tenderness or to hold dear. Ex. I cherish our time together.
treasureTo keep or regard as precious. One considered especially precious or valuable. Ex. You are my treasure.
worshipTo regard with ardent or adoring esteem or devotion. Ex. I worship you.
hold dearTo hold with fondness and affection. Ex. I hold you dear to my heart.
likeTo find pleasant or attractive. To enjoy being with. Ex. I like spending my time with you.
long forTo desire greatly or for a long period of time. Ex. I long for you every night.
idolizeTo regard with blind admiration or devotion. Ex. I idolize you.
fancyAmorous or romantic attachment; love. Ex. I fancy you.
flip overTo go nuts for. To be infatuated with. Ex. I've flipped over you.
affectionA feeling or emotion of love or happiness. A tender feeling toward another. Fondness. Ex. I may not be as affectionate as I should, but know that I love you.
amourA great love affair, generally a secret or illicit affair.
appreciateTo value or admire greatly. Ex. I appreciate everything you do for me.
crushThe object of your desire. To like a person intensely. Ex. I've got a crush on you.
devoteTo give yourself fully to another person. Ex. I have devoted myself to you for the rest of our lives.
emotionA mental state of feeling such as love. Ex. I am full of emotion.
enchantTo attract and delight. To cast a spell over. Ex. You are enchanting.
enjoyTo receive pleasure or satisfaction. Ex. I enjoy being with you.
fondHaving a strong liking, inclination, or affection. Ex. I am quite fond of you.
infatuationA crush. An object of extravagant, short-lived passion. Ex. She is infatuated with that actor.
lustIntense or unrestrained sexual craving. Ex. I lust for you.
passionA powerful emotion, such as love or joy. A strong sexual desire such as lust. Ex. Our relationship is full of passion.
raptureAn expression of ecstatic feeling.
hots forTo desire. Ex. I have the hots for you.
yearningTo have a strong desire for. Ex. I yearn for you.
zealA feeling of strong eagerness (usually in favor of a person or cause).
fairy taleA fictitious and fanciful story that usually ends with everyone living 'happily ever after'. Ex. Our love is like a fairy tale.
loveA feeling of intense desire and attraction toward a person with whom one is disposed to make a pair; the emotion of sex and romance. Ex. I love you.
provocativeTo provoke, excite, or stimulate. Ex. She is exciting and provacative.
loveableEasily loved. Ex. You're so loveable.
courtTo try to gain the love or affections of, especially to seek to marry. Ex. He courted me for a year before proposing.
sparkAn attraction. A feeling of potential. Ex. When we first met, there was an undeniable spark.
true loveOne's beloved or sweetheart. Ex. You are my one true love.
amoreItalian for love.
puppy loveA crush or new romance between young people.
affairA romantic or sexual relationship between two people. Ex. Our relationship is a great love affair.
courtshipDating. The act of a man seeking affection from a woman, usually resulting in marriage. Ex. Our courtship was intense and full of passion.
flingAn affair or short relationship. Ex. Our relationship started with a brief fling.
flirtationPlayful behavior intended to arouse sexual interest. Ex. She's such a flirt.
romanceA love affair. An attachment or involvement between two people.
hanky-pankyIllicit sexual activity. Ex. Let's have some hanky-panky.
love storyA story dealing with love. Ex. Our relationship is a true love story.
intrigueA clandestine love affair. To arrouse curiousity. Ex. I am intrigued by you.
fantasyA fictitious, exciting, creative idea. Ex. You came from my fantasy.
excitementTo arouse strong feeling in. Ex. You excite me.
exoticExciting, different. From another part of the world. Ex. She's intriguing and exoitc.
rendezvousA meeting at a prearranged time and place. Ex. Let's have a mid-afternoon rendezvous.
relationshipA romantic or sexual connection between two people.
gorgeousExtremely beautiful; having great beauty.
arousingTo stimulate sexual desire in. Ex. You arouse me.
eroticTending to arouse sexual desire.
kissableOpen to affection. Easily to kiss, or touch lightly or gently with the lips. Ex. You are very kissable.
racySuggestive of sexual impropriety. Ex. Her lingerie is racy.
risqu�Suggestive of sexual impropriety. Ex. She's racy and risqu�.
seductiveTending to seduce; alluring. Ex. He has a seductive voice.
sensualSuggesting sexuality; voluptuous. Ex. Light the candles for a sensual evening.
sensuousEnjoys the pleasures of sensation. Ex. She is sensuous in bed.
spicySlightly scandalous; risqu�. Ex. Our relationship is hot and spicy.
steamyHot, erotic. Ex. You are very steamy in the bedroom.
suggestiveTending to suggest, sexual. Ex. She exhibits suggestive sexual signs.
suaveSmoothly agreeable and courteous. Ex. He has a slick and suave personality.
lusciousHaving strong sensual or sexual appeal; seductive. Ex. I was attracted to her sensuality and luciousness.
caressA gentle touch or gesture. Ex. I caressed her sweet face.
embraceTo clasp or hold close with the arms, usually as an expression of affection. Such as a hug. Ex. It was an embrace that I didn't want to end.
draw closeTo pull in or closer. Ex. I drew her close, then lightly brushed her lips.
feelTo touch; emotion. Ex. I felt her body close to mine.
fondleTo handle, stroke, or caress lovingly. Ex. He fondled her as they kissed.
holdTo keep close with arms around the person. Ex. I'll always hold you close to my heart.
hugAn embrace. Ex. I give him a hug and a kiss when we say hello and goodbye.
kissTo touch lightly or gently on the lips. Ex. A gentle kiss says 'I love you'.
lickAn erotic movement of the tongue. Ex. He's sensuous with a lick and a suckle.
tenderSoft, vulnerable, delicate. Ex. His tender kisses are soft and sensuous.
make loveTo engage in sexual intercourse. Ex. We made love next to the open window, by the light of the full moon.
wooTo date or court a woman. Ex. He brought me flowers and chocolates when he was trying to woo me.
strokeTo rub lightly or caress. Ex. He gently stroked her hair as they kissed.
pet nameA nickname for your spouse or mate, such as honey, baby, or sweetheart.
love birdsTwo people in love.
inamorataA female lover.
sugarSlang for kissing or used to describe how sweet an indivdual may be. Ex. Give me some sugar.
babyAn endearing pet name for a spouse or mate.
lovelyNice, having beauty, or enjoyable.
my loveA term to describe one's spouse or mate.
angelA kind and lovable person. Ex. You are my angel.
beauBoyfriend. Ex. He's my beau!
belovedDearly loved. Ex. She is beloved by everyone, especially me.
loverA couple in love with one another; a sexual partner. Ex. You are my friend and my lover.
darlingAn affectionate word for a dearly belved person. Ex. You are my darling.
dearLoved and cherished. Ex. You are a dear. I hold you near and dear.
flameA sweetheart. Ex. You are my eternal flame.
boyfriendA favored male companion or sweetheart. Ex. This is my boyfriend, Joe.
girlfriendA favored female companion or sweetheart. Ex. This is my boyfriend, Jane.
honeySweetheart; dear. A common pet name or term used as a form of endearment. Ex. I love you, honey.
romeoA romantic man devoted to lovemaking and the pursuit of love. Ex. Every girl wants to be Juliet and is searching for her Romeo.
sweetieA term of affection or endearment. Ex. I love you, sweetie.
sweetheartOne who is loved. A term of endearment. Ex. I love you, sweetheart.
valentineA sentimental card or gift sent on Valentine's game. An affectionate term for your sweetheart, especially on Valentine's day.