Love Verbs in English

Love: the feeling of affection for a person or thing.

There are many verbs that you can use to express your love in English.

Here are some verbs that can help you demonstrate your love to your girlfriend or boyfriend or lover (or any kind of relationship, really).

You may also be interested in the etymology of love.

If you want a more in-depth look at the world of verbs, check out the verbs article.

Examples are included below the table.



















Here’s some examples of the above verbs used in sentences:

  • Hugging is the best. I can really feel the oneness between us.
  • I can’t stop kissing you! Your lips are melting my heart.
  • I could dance the whole night alongside you, baby.
  • I will trust you until the end of time, because I know you truly love.
  • Good days; bad days; mediocre days. I want us to keep smiling despite everything.
  • I believe that we are more than the sum of our parts. The two of us together can achieve amazing things.
  • So I saw this strip club the other day. How ’bout we go there, and, you know… experiment?
  • I can feel my heart beating faster and faster as I get closer to you. That’s how much I love you.
  • Listening is the great asset of a relationship. Without two parties listening to each other, there can be no true, lasting love.
  • Sometimes I fight with you because I don’t get what I want, and sometimes you fight with me because you don’t get what you want. But honey, we must apologize to each other and try to grow together, because only then will this relationship flourish.
  • As long as we keep trying, there’s nothing we can’t do, you and I.
  • Choose wisely. Choose love.
  • The essence of play is love, for when you play you are in that “zone”, that intuitive part of you that knows exactly what to do and when to do it. And when you’re in that play-mode, nothing seems impossible.
  • Remember why we came this far. It’s because our love holds us together.
  • Visualize our two souls melding together… let’s join hands and feel the love that ties us together.
  • I love you with all my heart and soul. I will always love you.
  • Let’s pretend that we’re a married couple. Let’s also pretend that we’ve been married for fifty years. What have we learned about each other and how have we solved our differences?
  • Finding myself in your eyes is all I need to get through the day.

Now get out there and use some of these verbs!