Synonyms for Love:


binge, crowd pleaser, weakness, ardor, activity, cupid, aversion, hate, Amativeness, fancy, enthusiasm, change, emotion, yearning, enchantment, enjoyment, rapture, amusement, escapism, flame, blast. appreciation, romeo, romantic, someone's baby, the light of someone's life, admirer, the apple of someone's eye, admiration, worshiper. deference, zest, awe, reverence, predilection, inclination, penchant. care for, worship the ground someone walks on, idolise, dote on, long, smother, lover, fall for. dig, quite like/enjoy something, be one for (doing) something, not be averse to something, can't get enough of something, like the sound of something, eat it up, be infatuated. angel, go-to guy, samaritan, mensch, savior, fairy godmother, star, saint. bud, pardner, mate, sugar, my man, baby, BRO, babe, sister. drink in, love affair, get, revel in, take/find pleasure in (doing) something, amour, have your fun, affair, go in for. companionship, camaraderie, comradeship, togetherness, fellowship, connect, goodwill, fraternity, loyalty, brotherhood. ma'am, sweetie, mister, madam, sonny, mac, buddy, miss, truelove, buster, minion, sweet, dude. herewith, Yours faithfully, sincerely yours, kind regards, Yours, Dear Sir, best wishes, postscript. admiration (noun)
reverence, adoration, deference, idolization, liking.
affair (noun)
intimacy, romance.
affection (noun)
endearment, regard, friendliness, care, respect, warmth, desire, friendship, sentiment, feeling, predilection.
ambition (noun)
amour (noun)
affair, love affair.
captivation (noun)
cognition (noun)
companionship (noun)
darling (noun)
dear, pet, honey, beloved, precious, treasure, darling, idol, sweetheart, favorite, jewel.
desire (noun)
love (noun)
darling, oneness, kinship, flame, bed, weakness, emotion, worship, enchantment, beloved, bang, amorousness, eff, friendliness, loved one, fondness, tenderness, make love, lie with, liking, friendship, have intercourse, dear, enjoyment, crush, attachment, lovemaking, endearment, have it away, get laid, like, do it, passion, enjoy, appreciation, sentimentality, inclination, truelove, sleep with, get it on, ardor, making love, have sex, sentiment, idolization, dearest, rapture, devotion, lover, amour, know, admirer, be intimate, communion, sexual love, sweetheart, have it off, jazz, make out, romance, angel, respect, infatuation, sweet, romeo, yearning, honey, hump, intimacy, regard, bonk, affection, have a go at it, faithfulness, love life, adoration.
mental state (noun)
tennis (noun)
alley, break, ball boy, ball girl, the Davis Cup, advantage, break point, ace, clay.


appreciate (verb)
adore, enjoy.
emotion (verb)
have sexual relations (verb)
love (verb)
infatuate, cherish, adore, dote on, worship, fancy, admire, desire, idolize, care, treasure, fall for, like, care for, make love.

Other synonyms:

cupid, love affair, ardor, drink in, go in for, smother, dote on, comradeship, worshiper, fall for, idolise, deference, romeo, camaraderie, revel in, reverence. aversion, hate, goodwill, amour, postscript, fraternity. admirer, minion, brotherhood, loyalty, buddy, dig, companionship, appreciation. long, care for, romantic. lover. affair. fellowship, fancy, mate. get. esteem
fellow feeling
hold dear
Other relevant words:
bonk, angel, herewith, know, making love, deference, have it away, emotion, awe, buster, fraternity, amusement, alley, do it, mac, make love, romantic, pardner, fall for, mensch, bed, inclination, admiration, best wishes, get it on, dude, clay, dote on, brotherhood, ardor, binge, baby, samaritan, activity, savior, smother, connect, sweetie, companionship, admirer, dearest, enjoyment, yearning, worshiper, long, lie with, eff, lover, reverence, escapism, get laid, buddy, mister, break, fellowship, idolise, bang, kind regards, fancy, make out, loyalty, truelove, dig, bud, postscript, hate, care for, star, sweet, camaraderie, sleep with, penchant, sonny, ace, enjoy, comradeship, enthusiasm, miss, advantage, get, be intimate, weakness, babe, Amativeness, zest, loved one, madam, mate, goodwill, BRO, saint, affair, togetherness, sister, sugar, amour, hump, love life, jazz, have it off, blast, flame, appreciation, minion, predilection, Yours, have a go at it, lovemaking, revel in, aversion, change, romeo, rapture, love affair, cupid, enchantment.

Usage examples for love

  1. What do you love – Manhood of Humanity. by Alfred Korzybski
  2. His mother can't love him, can she? – John Marchmont's Legacy, Volume I (of 3) by Mary E. Braddon
  3. In love with you?... – The Bronze Bell by Louis Joseph Vance