8 thoughts on “ Darling ”

  1. Noun The origins of "darling" can be found in the very heart of the English language; its earliest known uses can be traced back to Old English writings from the 9th century.
  2. (sometimes initial capital letter) an affectionate or familiar term of address. a person or thing in great favor; a favorite: She was the darling of café society.
  3. 1. beloved, love, dear, dearest, angel, treasure, precious, loved one, sweetheart, sweetie, truelove, dear one Hello, darling! 2. favourite, pet, spoilt child, apple of your eye, blue-eyed boy, fair-haired boy (U.S.) He was the darling of the family.
  4. 69 synonyms of darling from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for darling. Darling: granted special treatment or attention.
  5. Aug 03,  · I have never seen any mention of the fact that "Darling" is a rather thinly veiled story of Grace Kelly. Several prominent actors have admitted to having hot, steamy affairs with her and she had that reputation in Hollywood until Prince Rainier made an honest,fairytale princess out of her/10(K).
  6. Darling, you are a work of art. When the COVID lockdown began, those of us who were stuck at home suddenly felt as if all we do is eat, work, sleep and repeat.
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