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Word: unrequited

Definition: not requited; not reciprocated; Ex. unrequited love

Sentences Containing 'unrequited'

A Los Angeles Times music reviewer said "Smith creates Cinemascope-like wide-screen portraits of romantic passion, loneliness and unrequited love in her richly impressive, intensely soulful debut album."
As Kentarou tries to impress Karen, he also fails to realize that one of his childhood friends, Arai, also lives at the dormitory and has held an unrequited love for him all this time.
Benvolio discovers that it stems from unrequited infatuation for a girl named Rosaline, one of Capulet's nieces.
He gets to know and falls in love with a young woman, but the love remains unrequited as the woman misses her lover with whom she is finally reunited.
He has an unrequited crush on Shrinking Violet, which features for the bulk of the Legion's run in "Adventure Comics".
It was only due to her unrequited love that she was hovering as a banshee so far, she explains.
Realities as they were, such as unrequited love as an example, often provided the basis for contributing to many tales of love and legend in Medieval Literature and Medieval poetry.
Suddenly Thera disappears and Berry becomes crazy of the silence and his unrequited love.
The narrator, despairing due to the unrequited nature of his love for her, notes that he has now begun to feel alienated from her as well.
The song which gave its name to the EP tells the tale of a loner who has some unrequited love issues with a rich girl who’s just finished school.
They are shown to have additional physical forms, a deeper backstory, and even an unrequited love or two.
When Lora is signed to star in an Italian motion picture, she leaves Steve to watch after Susie, and the teenager develops an unrequited crush on her mother's boyfriend.

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