a set in which one’s opponent fails to win a game.
(tennis) a set in which the loser has a score of zero
[luhv-sik] /ˈlʌvˌsɪk/ adjective 1. languishing with : a lovesick adolescent. 2. expressive of such languishing: a lovesick note. /ˈlʌvˌsɪk/ adjective 1. pining or languishing because of love adj. also love-sick, 1520s, from love (n.) + sick (adj.).
[luhv-suh m] /ˈlʌv səm/ adjective 1. inspiring love; lovely; lovable. 2. amorous; loving. adj. Old English lufsum “worthy of love,” from love (v.) + -some (1). Early 13c. as “lovely,” 1720 as “amorous.” An old word that might be useful in its original sense. Related: Lovesomely; lovesomeness.
noun 1. a town in N Illinois.
noun The penis; cock, dong, dork: Playgirl always has men with big lovesteaks as their centerfolds (1980s+ Students)