Noun(1) a special loved one(2) an Australian river; tributary of the Murray River
Adjective(1) dearly loved
(1) But it was Pride and Prejudice that Austen described as her ├ö├ç├┐own darling child├ö├ç├û which received highly favourable reviews, including an anonymous one from Sir Walter Scott.(2) Her voice was soft and polite though and flavoured with gentle English sibilants, with ever such cute flecks of a darling ethnic Punjabi accent.(3) A number of our friends lined up for cuddles with the wee darling , and several photos of people who we had not hitherto suspected of being clucky fussing Rebecca now exist.(4) The Food Reserve Agency appears not be the darling of many farmers.(5) I go to sleep in the car sometimes and, thinking Peter is Penny, I put my hand on his thigh and say: ├ö├ç├┐I love you, darling !├ö├ç├û(6) At the airport, Amber emerges from First Class and courageously runs the gauntlet of paparazzi the tears coursing down behind her Versace shades (a present from darling Donatella).(7) He was the darling of the West and a popular personality in regional and international forums.(8) Until she is as eloquent as you are, my sweet darling , we are speaking English in this household.(9) This is for you, my darling Willie - your best friend with love, Maggie.(10) But tomorrow's results should go some way towards restoring investors' faith in the company which only two years ago was the darling of the City.(11) This winning combination, plus a willingness to play fast and loose with her image, has made her the darling of the fashion cognoscenti as well as film anoraks.(12) I remember those nights of summer filled with magnificent beauty of faraway landscapes - but around you, my darling , I could never be able to see anything more charming.(13) Over the years, she had come to count on him as one of the pillars in her life, just like her father, her deceased mother, and now, her darling little Bess.(14) He's always fashioned himself as the darling of the left.(15) ├ö├ç├┐Love you too, darling ,├ö├ç├û Cale drawled once he realized that she wasn't awake.(16) However, I'm not sure I want to attend a school just because my darling boyfriend/best friend is going to be there.
1. dear ::
2. adorable ::
3. beloved ::
4. dear ::
5. favorite ::
6. ducky ::
Different Formsdarling, darlings
Word Example from TV Shows
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that DARLING little earthenware
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 4
You know what we’re going to do?
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 8
And what did you say, DARLING?
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 8
Sansa, come here, DARLING.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 2
Darling, don’t play with your food.
You’re hardly eating anything.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 13
English to Malay Dictionary: darling
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