the love of (one's) life

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the love of (one's) life

The romantic partner whom one loves (or loved) the most. Jenny is the love of my life. I need to find a way to get her back.
See also: life, love, of
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Murphy founded For the Love of Life Foundation, a wish-granting organization for people with HIV/AIDS,
He is presented as a paragon of virtue; his earthy love of life has been air-brushed away.
The novel's protagonist, Jean-Christophe Krafft, is a composer of German birth--modeled in part on Ludwig van Beethoven and in part on Rolland himself--who, despite discouragement and the stresses of his own turbulent personality, is inspired by love of life.
She will be cherished and remembered for her elegant and gracious manner, her love of life, and her love of dance.
Calvin Mackie has opened his soul and allowed us to smell the tar, the gumbo, the cut grass, and the love of life that is invaluable to any human being.
She loved spending time with her family and friends and is well known for her love of life.
This is but one example of outrageous exploits that teem with Celtic love of life.
Set quite specifically in 2000 Paris, the film charts an elderly stage actor's struggle to maintain his creative spark, his professional integrity and his love of life against a sea of difficulties.
He and his family survive civil war, famine, and the Cultural Revolution and, throughout it all, Fugui maintains a love of life that is uplifting without ever becoming saccharine or unbelievable.
According to those who know her, there's a certain purity to the way Murphy, more sanely, expresses her exuberant love of life and her work.
And since Naomi is such a strong heroine, with skills and common sense, and with a great love of life, most YAs will enjoy reading her story.