What does Dearly Beloved mean?

Dearly beloved: Dear friends (the people attending a wedding)

Who made dearly beloved?

Yoko Shimomura

Is greatly a word?

in or to a great degree; much: greatly improved in health.

What does I love you so dearly mean?

If you love someone dearly, you love them very much. [formal, emphasis] She loved her father dearly.

What can I say instead of Very?

Words to Use Instead of VERY

very lazy indolent cautious
very fat obese luminous
very afraid terrified dull
very accurate exact kind
very often frequently skeletal

How do you say very in a formal way?

The following list will help you to recognize the informal and formal ways of saying the same thing….Emphasis Words – Informal & Formal.

Informal Formal
tons of, heaps of large quantities of, a number of
totally completely, strongly
really, very definitely

What does my beloved mean?

someone you love

Can you miss someone dearly?

Certainly a deep question. ‘Dearly’ can be defined in two ways. One meaning would be ‘I miss you very much. However, sticking to your question, I would say that ‘miss you dearly’ means that your presence is missed and that you are an important person in the eyes of one making this statement.

Where does Dearly Beloved come from?

The song written by Leonard Cohen refers to the story in which King David on his roof is watching Batsheva (Bathsheba) bathe on her roof.

What is the difference between loved and beloved?

‘Beloved’ refers to a person dearly loved, it is a singular word generally used to refer to romantic associations. ‘Loved ones’ refers to more than one person, like friends and family or both combined. It is used to refer to near and dear ones, may or may not include a significant other.

How do you use beloved?

Beloved sentence example

  1. But he was much beloved by his family.
  2. I also knew Mr.
  3. My beloved Betsy, my world, was in his hands.
  4. Her beloved walls stood strong and beautiful, the white stone streaked with peach.
  5. I had made my beloved poet weep, and I was greatly distressed.

How do you use dearly?

Dearly sentence example

  1. I love you very dearly because you are my friend.
  2. I think of them every day and I love them dearly in my heart.
  3. A curse on you who disrupt the master’s plans; you will pay dearly when the time of reckoning finally arrives!
  4. What it could do was seen too dearly from the case of Hesse-Cassel.

What does spinster mean?

1 : a woman whose occupation is to spin. 2a archaic : an unmarried woman of gentle family.

Will be sadly missed?

The definition of to be sadly missed in the dictionary is people say that a person will be sadly missed after they have died to indicate that they will be missed a lot.

Can you say greatly missed?

Yes, it is. You are GREATLY missed. The proper way to write the given english sentence is— you are being missed deeply. It should be, “ u r missed deeply.”

What does dearly missed mean?

“You are dearly missed” means someone wishes very much that you were in their life more. It is something family or friends would say to someone who has departed to other locales. To miss someone means to long for them emotionally.

How do you say you will be missed?

Original Ways to Say You Will Miss Someone

  1. “I will miss you.”
  2. “I will always love you.”
  3. “On all the important days in my life—and on the regular ones, too—you will be on my mind.”
  4. “I’m so lucky to have had you in my life.”
  5. “I wish we had more time together, but I’ll always value the time we did have.”

What are different ways to say really?


  • absolutely.
  • as a matter of fact.
  • de facto.
  • genuinely.
  • in fact.
  • in point of fact.
  • in reality.
  • in truth.

What means dearly?

1 : with affection : fondly. 2 : heartily, earnestly prayed so dearly for peace. 3 : at a high rate or price paid dearly for the error.

What is another word for heartwarming?

What is another word for heartwarming?

encouraging heartening
gratifying satisfying
comforting fulfilling
cheering rewarding
pleasing gladdening

What does despised mean?

despise, contemn, scorn, disdain mean to regard as unworthy of one’s notice or consideration. despise may suggest an emotional response ranging from strong dislike to loathing.

What is the verb of greatly?

1 : to a great extent or degree : very much contributed greatly to improved relations not greatly bothered. 2 : in a great manner : nobly, magnanimously a man may live greatly in the law— O. W. Holmes †1935.