Definitionslove; enamored. See love for synonyms
(1) Gabrielle (Eve Arden) in Night and Day (1946): ' I was in love myself once... many times.'
(2) Charley (Jack Nicholson) to Irene (Kathleen Turner) in Prizzi's Honor (1985): ' That ain't love. In-love is temporary. Then you move on to the next in-love. Everybody is always falling in and out of love.'
(3) Dotty Parker (Jennifer Jason Leigh) voice over intro of Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (1994): ' Into love and out again. Thus I went and thus I go.'
(4) Jack (Ted Danson) in 3 Men and a Baby (1987): ' I'm in love... in a generic way.'
(5) Dotty Parker (Jennifer Jason Leigh) voice over intro to Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (1994): ' Into love and out again. Thus I went and thus I go.'
(6) Teenager Tracy (Mariel Hemingway) and her middle-aged boyfriend Isaac Davis (Woody Allen) in Manhattan (1979):
-- Tracy: ' I told you before, I think I'm in love with you.'
-- Isaac: ' Hey, don't get carried away, okay? '
(7) Cathy (Doris Day) and Connie (Audrey Meadows) in That Touch of Mink (1962):
-- Cathy Timberleg: ' He didn't say he was in love.'
-- Connie Emerson: ' How could he? It's like having a baby, the man is always the last to know.'
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