Top 10 Words That Contain Love

Love.

scrabble

4 letters.

Words can evoke love in the form of a letter.

A sentence can express love’s sentiments.

Stories can warm the heart and fill it with love.

A personally written poem or verse can mean the world.

 

How many words in the English language contain the letters L, O, V and E? I haven’t a clue but here’s 10 of the best.

  1. Vowel- love wouldn’t be love without them.
  2. Clover- you might need the luck of the Irish when it comes to love.
  3. Solve- all the pieces fit when you find love.
  4. Hovel- the place one resides might resemble that of a Hobbit but is also most likely filled with love.
  5. Grovel- learned at an early age, the promise of love comes with strings attached.
  6. Novel- most who produce one of these have put their heart, soul and a ton of love into them.
  7. Shovel- for those who love getting dirty, talking to plants and all things garden related.
  8. Violet- song sung by Courtney Love and also a line in the poem ‘Roses are Red’.
  9. Evolve- love will continue to evolve just as humanity does.
  10. Envelope- love arrives safely in its protective layer.

Have another one to add? Love-related words will be graciously received below.

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19 thoughts on “Top 10 Words That Contain Love

  1. Develop: Love doesn’t come all at once, at first sight, as some may claim. Instead it develops slowly and only when nurtured. 🙂

    I love this exercise! Anyways, Melissa (Janda) nominated your blog for her award so I’m here to check it out.

    • Develop.
      Perfect, Daniel!

      You got ‘me’ and my writing in your first visit.

      You must be a legend, as is Melissa. Thank you for following. I will repay in kind as soon as I’m able.

      Kelly.

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