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What is a noun to explain love?

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2012-04-30 22:32:20
2012-04-30 22:32:20

One noun cannot explain love. Whole books have been written trying to explain love. Love means many things to many people.

The word love is a noun (love, loves) and a verb (love, loves, loving, loved). Some example sentences for love:

Noun: Love is used to explain many things that are not really love.

Verb: We love the beach.

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