Meaning of luvviedom in English:



(also luvvydom)

See luvvie

‘Their sheer chutzpah turned what should have been a local story into an international media phenomenon - and sparked a Hollywood film starring the cream of British luvviedom.’
  • ‘But it's not all luvviedom: Treacy's humble roots ensure the bedrooms are admirably down-to-earth too.’
  • ‘From the bench of bishops to the diplomatic establishment to luvviedom, they express their disillusion.’
  • ‘Tom is the gay counterpart, resisting her overactive libido on a daily basis, while simultaneously living in a fantasy world of luvviedom.’