those three little words

those three little words


  • the three words “I love you”

Example Sentences

  1. It is obvious that Steve really loves Sarah, but she told me that he has not said those three little words yet.
  2. After a few months of dating, Joe said those three little words to his girlfriend.
  3. Eve and Martin had been dating each other for the past six months, and now she was eagerly anticipating when he would say those three little words.
  4. Dale was really happy when his girlfriend said those three little words to him.
  5. Though Rachel and Thomas have been going around for quite some time, they have not said those three little words to each other yet.
  6. She glowed with pleasure and smiled coyly when he said those three little words to her for the first time.
  7. Have you said those three little words to her yet? If you don’t say them soon, she might be disappointed and think that you are not really interested in her.
  8. For the love-struck couple, it was a moment to cherish when they said those three little words to each other for the first time.


The origin of this phrase is not known.


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