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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlove-inˈlove-in noun [countable] informal  an occasion when people say or show that they like or admire each other a lot; used to show disapproval The interview turned out to be a love-in, with the interviewer and the star heaping compliments on each other.
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