Feb14 | 2011
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150 words that describe LOVE

Happy Valentine’s Day!

During our recent Eight Words Of Love sweepstakes, we asked you to tell us eight words that best describe love. Your entries were amazing, while some words were surprising (even shocking), others were very similar and sweet.

Here are the 150 most common words that describe love, as submitted by you.

150 words describing love
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The top 25 words (1 being the most popular) that describe love are:

  1. heart
  2. family
  3. caring
  4. happiness
  5. forever
  6. happy
  7. trust
  8. passion
  9. romance
  10. sweet
  11. kiss
  12. love
  13. hugs
  14. warm
  15. fun
  16. kisses
  17. joy
  18. sex
  19. friendship
  20. marriage
  21. chocolate
  22. husband
  23. wife
  24. forever
  25. caring

Can you think of any words that were missed?

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  • http://www.pulpconnection.net Gee Why

    Excellent use of a wordle. :)

  • http://www.griffintechnology.com/connect Dave Delaney

    Thanks very much!

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  • Rcharleswest

    forever is there twice : /

  • http://www.griffintechnology.com/connect Dave Delaney

    So nice it’s there twice ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000006560593 MsfiveOnine Finest

    caring there twice

  • Dabeast60

    caring is there twice

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  • guest

    i must say this is not what i exspected see, i wanted to see words that i could relate to and honestly if u can u should remove husband from there. but neither should u add female unless there is both, to include one gender in a set of love lines definately shows your prespective of life and how you enjoy life to the fullest but.to descibe my love i am so overjoyed , i seriously didnt think i could EVER be this happy, m ylove is attached to my gorgeous girl who takes me away, i could never spend a moment without her, yes call me crazy but thats what true love does to you. im a lesbian in a relationship with a women for over a year and i did not NEED the help of this website becasue to really write something that describes loving feeling should come straight from the heart
    not just becasue the words suites the feeling but because there is emotion and care behind them
    so i was just wondering if u wer really thinking when u put in husband? were u thinking , oh well, or did u simply not notice? and if u didnt notice then my opinion is you re read what u blog onto the internet. there is no need for this it upsets me, not sad but it angers me, that someone in THIS generation does not care enough about others that they do not care what there making of themselfs in others eyes, but i bet u do care. i bet every morning u wake up and do something to make ur self look “better” or u wear that shirt cut down to ur belly button. now maybe im wrong their too and every morning u wake up and do something to help our earth or adoptiong the kids in need. helping others. thats love. love cannot be descibed when it is so strong. its the best thing ever when u have ur true love with you. k+a

  • Windyone1221

    Uh…what? These are just some words that all some how relate to love. None of them really describe it.

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  • Sweetie


  • Lollipoplollipop

    Wishes and Hope

  • chicken


  • lil’ GFic


  • Sherry090

    you said forever twice

  • RuruTheVulpix

    At least get proper grammar and spelling.

    I’m not trying to be mean or anything but just because your a lesbian doesn’t mean you should rage on this just because ‘husband’ was listed here.It also says ‘wife.’ How would you feel if you were raged on by someone who was gay and said what you just posted?Think of others’ feelings, okay? It’s stupid enough that idiots on youtube or facebook, etc do this kind of crap.Respect other posts.If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.

  • Nadinee854

    him her us we hope

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1162489812 Maggie Ames