Word of the Day: AMOREVOLOUS

ETYMOLOGY
from Italian amorevole (loving) + -ous

EXAMPLE
“…that the Espousals between him and the Infanta might be ratified, within ten days after the dispensation unstopt the way unto them; and he would leave it to the Princessa to shew her Cordial and Amoreuolous Affections how soon she would prepare to follow after him.…”

From: Scrinia Reserata: a memorial offer’d to the great deservings of John Williams, D. D., who some time held the places of Ld Keeper of the Great Seal of England,
Ld Bishop of Lincoln, and Ld Archbishop of York:
containing a series of the most remarkable occurences and transactions of his life, in relation both to church and state.
By John Hacket, a1670

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