Tooltip Shortcodes Examples – Merriam-Webster Thesaurus

Here are examples using the CM Tooltip Pro+ shortcodes

Merriam-Webster Thesaurus

In the example we are showing all Thesaurus entries for Love using this shortcode
glossary_thesaurus term=”love”

Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus

love (noun)

1.
a feeling of strong or constant regard for and dedication to someone
SYNONIMS:

affection, attachment, devotedness, devotion, fondness, passion

RELATED WORDS:

appetite, fancy, favor, like, liking, partiality, preference, relish, taste; craving, crush, desire, infatuation, longing, lust, yearning; ardor, eagerness, enthusiasm, fervor, zeal; appreciation, esteem, estimation, regard, respect; adoration, adulation, deification, idolatry, idolization, worship; allegiance, faithfulness, fealty, fidelity, loyalty, steadfastness

NEAR ANTONYMS:

allergy, animosity, antagonism, antipathy, aversion, disfavor, dislike, enmity, hostility; abhorrence, disgust, repugnance, repulsion, revulsion; misanthropy

abomination, hate, hatred, loathing, rancor

love (noun)

2.
a person with whom one is in love
SYNONIMS:

beloved, darling, dear, flame, hon, honey, love, squeeze, sweet, sweetie, sweetie pie, truelove

RELATED WORDS:

beau, boy, boyfriend, fellow, man, swain; gal, girl, girlfriend, inamorata, ladylove, lass, mistress, tootsie; amour, lover, paramour; doll, duck(s) [], pet; date, escort, steady; admirer, gallant, suitor, wooer; groom, husband; bride, wife; significant other; fiancé, intended; crush, heartthrob

love (noun)

3.
positive regard for something
SYNONIMS:

appetite, fancy, favor, fondness, like, love, love affair, partiality, preference, relish, shine, taste, use

RELATED WORDS:

craving, desire, hankering, longing, thirst, yen; enthusiasm, gusto, interest, passion; bias, prejudice; bent, inclination, leaning, propensity, tendency; tooth; palate; weakness

NEAR ANTONYMS:

apathy, disinclination; indifference, unconcern

aversion, disfavor, disgust, dislike, distaste, hatred, loathing, mislike

love (noun)

4.
a brief romantic relationship
SYNONIMS:

amour, fling, love, love affair, romance

RELATED WORDS:

intrigue, liaison; dalliance, hanky-panky; attachment, infatuation; entanglement, flirtation; idyll ( idyl), passion; calf-love, puppy love

love (verb)

1.
to hold dear
SYNONIMS:

appreciate, cherish, prize, treasure, value

RELATED WORDS:

delight (in), dig, enjoy, fancy, groove (on), like, relish, revel (in); admire, apprize, esteem, regard, respect, revere, reverence, venerate; enshrine, memorialize; adore, caress, dote (on), idolize, worship

set store by ( set store on)

NEAR ANTONYMS:

undervalue; abhor, abominate, despise, detest, execrate, hate, loathe; disdain, high-hat, scorn, scout, slight, sniff (at), snub; bad-mouth, belittle, cry down, decry, deprecate, depreciate, disparage, kiss off, minimize, put down, write off; abandon, forget, neglect

disvalue

love (verb)

2.
to feel passion, devotion, or tenderness for
SYNONIMS:

adore, cherish, worship

RELATED WORDS:

adulate, canonize, deify, idealize, idolize; revere, reverence, venerate; delight (in), dote (on)

carry a torch for ( carry the torch for), fall for, lose one's heart (to)

NEAR ANTONYMS:

antagonize, displease; disapprove (of), disfavor, dislike; disgust, nauseate, repel, repulse, revolt, sicken, turn off

abhor, abominate, despise, detest, execrate, hate, loathe

love (verb)

3.
to take pleasure in
SYNONIMS:

adore, delight (in), dig, fancy, get off (on), groove (on), like, love, rejoice (in), relish, revel (in), savor ( savour)

RELATED WORDS:

admire, appreciate, cherish, revere, venerate, worship; prize, treasure, value; devour, drink (in), eat (up), feast (on); dote (on), idolize; cotton (to), favor, prefer; indulge (in), luxuriate (in), wallow (in)

NEAR ANTONYMS:

abhor, abominate, detest, dislike, hate, loathe; condemn, despise, scorn

love (verb)

4.
to touch or handle in a tender or loving manner
SYNONIMS:

caress, gentle, love, pat, pet, stroke

RELATED WORDS:

bill, canoodle, cuddle, neck, nestle, nose, nuzzle, snuggle, spoon; feel up, paw; cradle, embrace, enfold, hug; bounce, dandle; knead, massage; baby, coddle, indulge, mollycoddle, pamper, spoil