illustration for Children in the Wood: or, The Norfolk Gentleman’s last Will and Testament (1818) The phrase there’s no, or little, or not much, love lost between means there is mutual dislike between. This expression is ambiguous, and has also been used to mean there is mutual affection between. Both senses are […]
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