Gloved vs Loved - What's the difference?

gloved | loved |


As adjectives the difference between gloved and loved

is that gloved is wearing gloves while loved is .

As verbs the difference between gloved and loved

is that gloved is (glove) while loved is (poetic) (love).

gloved

English

Adjective

(-)
  • wearing gloves
  • * 1998 Louise Simmers: Diversified Health Occupations Essentials, ISBN 0827378173. (page 249) [http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN0827378173&id=QcywMAZFY4oC&pg=RA1-PA249&lpg=RA1-PA249&ots=y3BcxEAH5m&dq=gloved&sig=yqRgNR2s6etF8FNLS_ouBUN2n28]
  • Holding your gloved right hand under the cuff of the left glove, insert your left hand in the left glove.

    Verb

    (head)
  • (glove)
  • loved

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (love)
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Being the object of love.
  • * 1997', Charlie W. Shedd, ''How to Make People Really Feel '''Loved : And Other Life-Giving Observations , Vine Books, ISBN 1569550131.
  • * 1999', Valerie Grove, ''Laurie Lee: The Well-'''Loved Stranger , Penguin Books (2001), ISBN 0140276882.
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