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Use "lovebirds" in a sentence
"If the lovebirds are a bit too twee and chaste (when Nak demands a public display of affection, Mak conceals the kiss behind a newspaper), they make a refreshing change from the "problem" marriages of recent horror films (e.g., VACANCY), for whom the scripted sturm and drang becomes an odd sort of couples therapy."
"The bird life was so rich and varied there seemed no end to new kinds, and they lived not in ones and twos but in thousands upon thousands: tiny green-and-yellow parakeets Fee used to call lovebirds, but which the locals called budgerigars; scarlet-and-blue smallish parrots called rosellas; big pale-grey parrots with brilliant purplish-pink breasts, underwings and heads, called galahs; and the great pure white birds with cheeky yellow combs called sulphur-crested cockatoos."
"But wedding planners are taking the obsession to new heights as they prepare to face legions of lovebirds a.k.a. commoners looking to emulate the lavish affair."