How do you say deeply in love?

How do you say deeply in love?

In love with someone – thesaurus

  1. devoted. adjective. loving someone very much.
  2. infatuated. adjective. in love with someone so much that it seems silly, especially because you do not know them very well.
  3. besotted. adjective.
  4. enamoured. adjective.
  5. doting. adjective.
  6. lovesick. adjective.
  7. mad about someone. phrase.
  8. head over heels. phrase.

What means like crazy?

If you do something like crazy, you do a lot of it or do it very quickly: They were working like crazy to get the job done on time.

What can I say instead of like crazy?

Synonyms of like crazy

  • all out,
  • full blast,
  • full tilt,
  • tooth and nail.

What does madly mean?

1 : in a mad manner. 2 : to an extreme or excessive degree madly in love. Synonyms More Example Sentences Learn More About madly.

What does it mean to tick someone off?

transitive verb. 1 : to make angry or indignant the cancellation really ticked me off. 2 : reprimand, rebuke his father ticked him off for his impudence.

What does ticked mean?

The definition of ticked is slang for being angry or very upset. An example of ticked is how a mom feels after finding her kids finger painting the carpet.

Is ticking me off a bad word?

It is not a bad word as in rude/offensive, but it is certainly impolite or at least not what you’ll use in front of people you respect. It’s rather vulgar. It means “annoyed” but with a little bit of worse choice of words blend in (the word “piss”). There are other better alternatives like annoyed, upset, or even mad.

Is ticked off a bad word?

Curse words, also known as swear words, bad words, or insults, are for most people considered taboo when teaching and learning English….PG 13 Cheat Sheet – Forbidden to Under 13 Years Old.

English Definition
ticked off To be really angry