- n a beloved person; used as terms of endearment
- s dearly loved
- And who says the western is dead? Especially when a movie is as entertaining as this one, you begin to think this formerly beloved genre is due for a revival.
- Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie send up everything from David Bowie to French film to their own beloved homeland as "New Zealand's fourth most popular folk parody duo" scratch .
- Humble, soft-spoken and flashing a toothless smile, he is beloved even by his rivals: in a poll during the last World Pool Championship, over half of the competitors named him as .
- Marian Ilitch in Seattle Times
Bob was always there for his teammates and was one of the toughest men to ever play in the NHL,Red Wings owners Mike and Marian Ilitch said in a statement. "He also was one of the kindest, most colorful and beloved players Detroit has ever...
- Chris Dodd in Voice of America
I lost a beloved sister in July and, in August, [Senator] Ted Kennedy,said Christopher Dodd. "I battled cancer over the summer, and in the midst of all of this, found myself in the toughest political shape of my career."