sweet nothings


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sweet nothings

affectionate but unimportant or meaningless words spoken to a loved one. Jack was whispering sweet nothings in Joan's ear when they were dancing. The two lovers sat in the cinema exchanging sweet nothings.
See also: nothing, sweet

sweet nothings

romantic things that people who are in love say to each other He kept leaning across the table, whispering sweet nothings in her ear.
See You bet your ass!, cop it sweet, keep sweet
See also: nothing, sweet

sweet nothings

Endearments, often whispered, between lovers. For example, They sat in a corner all evening, whispering sweet nothings. [c. 1900] Also see sweet talk.
See also: nothing, sweet

sweet nothings

n. loving comments; pleasant remarks between lovers. They are out on the porch swing whispering sweet nothings in each other’s ears.
See also: nothing, sweet
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Saucy French politician Eric Besson was left red-faced this week after tweeting sweet nothings in a message meant for his lady wife to his 14,000 Twitter followers.
But recently, Kat put all break- up rumours to rest, when the two were seen together at two award functions backstage, talking, whispering sweet nothings, eating together and even seeing each other off.
FOR more than 50 years, children have crunched their way through sweet nothings such as Be Mine and Say Yes.
The event, which was a massive success, was marked by one particular young lady who took a shine to Andy, the hapless wheelchair-bound slacker character and refused to remove herself from his lap, lovingly kissing his bald wig and whispering sweet nothings.
We do believe youOre spending those long Spanish evenings whispering sweet nothings, honest, Mrs B[ETH]
Murphy says, "Craft soundbites, target your market and create concise focused messages to 'get good loving' -- because when it comes to whispering sweet nothings, if you can't tell it, you can't sell it.
But new research shows we are in fact a nation of home lovers who prefer a heart to heart around the kitchen table rather than whispering sweet nothings in bed.
lovingly held hands and whispered sweet nothings between courses.
Ever fantasize about exchanging a few sweet nothings with Richard Hatch (the ``Battlestar Galactica'' guy, not the ``Survivor'' winner), Jimmie Walker (``Good Times'') or Mary McDonough (``The Waltons'')?
As the Mormon menace increases, Barry and Watson's character, Lena, will date disastrously, but in the end Barry follows her to Hawaii, where they fall in love, whisper sweet nothings like "I want to smash your face with a sledgehammer it's so pretty," and lock lips in silhouette for the most stylized Hollywood kiss since Busby Berkeley.
POP princess Kylie Minogue was today whipping visitors into a Fever at one of Britain's top attractions by whispering sweet nothings in their ears.
The couple who celebrate their third wedding anniversary this year were snapped whispering sweet nothings into each other's ear, cuddling and smooching in the summer's sun.
The S-shaped seat allows couples to sit side by side facing in opposite directions, making it easy to kiss or whisper sweet nothings.
Sweet nothings and fancy phrases are verbal niceties thatflow from the human mouth.