Learn Valentine’s Day Vocabulary in English

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Valentine’s Day, also called Saint Valentine’s Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine is an annual holiday celebrated on February 14.

Valentine’s Day is now recognized as a significant cultural, religious, and commercial celebration of romance in many regions around the world, although it is not a public holiday in any country.

Valentine’s Day Vocabulary in English

Valentine’s Day Vocabulary

Lover

– They say he used to be her lover.

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Cupid

– Two cupids clutched the bows and kicked fat heels.

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Arrow

– He drew the bow and shot an arrow.

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Chocolate

– If you eat too much chocolate you’ll get fat.

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Teddy bear

– Polly was playing with her teddy bear.

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Gift

– I’ve received a gift from him, but I’m not going to accept it.

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Perfume

– She was wearing a strong perfume.

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Candy

– I desired candy all the time I was dieting.

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Balloon

– I put the balloon to my lips and blew as hard as I could.

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Card

– The card doesn’t even say who sent the flowers.

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Ring

– The diamond ring is the most expensive.

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Bouquet

– She received a bouquet of red roses on Valentine’s Day.

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