hearts and flowers


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hearts and flowers

A phrase used to describe excessive sentimentality. Ugh, but the dialogue in those books is all hearts and flowers though.
See also: and, flower, heart

hearts and flowers

used in allusion to extreme sentimentality.
See also: and, flower, heart

hearts and flowers

n. sentimentality. I didn’t care for the hearts and flowers part.
See also: and, flower, heart
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But the hearts and flowers trends are big news this spring too, and of course the bedroom is a great place to think those romantic thoughts.
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But the hearts and flowers trends are big news this spring too, and you don't have to be coupled-up to get the look.
Angie Coppleston, of Hearts and Flowers, said: "Each year we support our staff-elected corporate charity by organising many fund-raising activities, but this is the first time that we have launched something like this.
Naturally, there'll be no doubt about your intentions if you deck every room with hearts and flowers. If you're still in hot pursuit of Mr Right you might just sprinkle some subtle clues that point to where your heart lies, so that he gets the message.
A loving relationship without out sex is like Valentine's Day without hearts and flowers. Perhaps that's the way you or your partner feel about intimacy now that multiple sclerosis is a part of your life.