Definition of lovey in English:

lovey

Syllabification: lov·ey
Pronunciation: /ˈləvē
 
/

noun (plural loveys)

British informal
Used as an affectionate form of address: Ruth, lovey, are you there?
More example sentences
  • ‘We're on foot now, my loveys,’ he said, in an artificially jolly tone.
  • So common sense tells me that they're not going to do it to you or me, lovey.
  • Just in time to help me, lovey, these costumes need to be done soon for the production this year.

adjective

British informal Back to top  
short for lovey-dovey.

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