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"beloved ones" VS "loved ones"

 

Is there any different between this too phrase?

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    NO, they mean same.
    Beloved ones is more formal and bookish.
    Loved ones is more spoken thats it. :)

     

    The difference is beloved ones is not used. You might say a person is beloved but even that is not common. (It is a seldom used word.)

    A person is loved and you have loved ones.

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