darling darling  /ˈdɑr lɪŋ/


  1. (n) a special loved one
  2. (n) an Australian river; tributary of the Murray River
  3. (adj) dearly loved


  1. The Point Man On Capitol Hill: The Senate's third-ranking Republican may be a Catholic, but he's the darling of Protestant Evangelicals.
  2. Roberts, by all appearances, is fate's darling: wealthy, handsome, at the pinnacle of his profession.


  1. KOL’s Collapse Turns Nasty

    In the go-go days of the commodities/emerging markets trade, it was not an exaggeration to call the Market Vectors Coal ETF (NYSEArca: KOL) a darling among equity-based commodities ETFs. Seemingly insatiable ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: ETF Trends via Yahoo! Finance


    Donna Lee Darling stands accused of attempted murder and elder abuse. Back in 1995, when Benjamin Farber was 74, he met Donna Lee Darling, who was 43 years old then. “We met in the workout gym,” Farber said, and the two “seemed to get along well.”
    on June 12, 2013     Source: San Diego Reader

  3. Pet of the week

    Andrew is a darling twelve week old kitten. He is a unique, smoky color, He has a sweet, easygoing and even gentle personality. Andrew is one of the many kittens that are in need of permanent, loving homes. If this is not a good time for you to adopt, consider fostering a litter. Kitten season is here and many are waiting to be rescued and be part of the program. For more information, call (860 ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Record-Journal

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