What is an idiom for madly in love?

If you describe yourself as head over heels (in love) with someone, you mean you are completely in love, with very strong feelings: The actor is reportedly head over heels in love with his co-star.

What is a good idiom for a relationship?

15 English idioms about relationships and love

Idiom Meaning
to fall head over heels to be completely in love with someone
a match made in heaven a very successful combination of two people or things
to love something/someone to death to feel extremely strong affection for someone

What is an idiom for cute?

cute as a bug’s ear. cute as a button. cute hoor. cuter than a June bug. cut-eye.

What are some love phrases?

Short Love Quotes

  • “Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.” –
  • “You call it madness, but I call it love.” –
  • “We can only learn to love by loving.” –
  • “A life lived in love will never be dull.” –
  • “Life is the flower for which love is the honey.” –
  • “All you need is love.” –
  • “True love stories never have endings.” –

What is a idiom for love?

Head over heels in love – So in love it’s like your whole world is turned upside down. Fancy someone – To be attracted to someone. I love you to death – I love you more than life itself. I think you hung the moon – I admire you and think you’re wonderful.

How do you say beautiful in idioms?

6 Best Idioms to Tell Someone They Are Beautiful

  1. As pretty as a picture. Magazines and advertisements often show you pictures of fine-looking individuals.
  2. She is a 10. When someone described a person to be beautiful, we are curious how beautiful that individual is.
  3. Look like a million dollars.
  4. Drop-dead gorgeous.