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Meanings of Lambs:

noun

A young sheep.

Usage examples:

More than 90% of the sheep were marked as lambs, and all rams were individually identifiable.
verb

(of a ewe) give birth to lambs.

Usage examples:

Shetland sheep lamb very easily

Lambskins

ˈlamskɪn

Meanings of Lambskins:

noun

Prepared skin from a lamb with the wool on or as leather.

Usage examples:

Lambskin gloves

Lame

leɪm

Meanings of Lame:

adjective

(especially of an animal) unable to walk without difficulty as the result of an injury or illness affecting the leg or foot.

Usage examples:

His horse went lame
verb

Make (a person or animal) lame.

Usage examples:

He was badly lamed during the expedition
noun

Fabric with interwoven gold or silver threads.

Usage examples:

A gold lamé suit

Lame duck

ˌleɪm ˈdʌk

Meanings of Lame duck:

noun

A person who still has time to serve in an elected position despite not being elected again in a recent election, with the result that the person has no real power

Lamebrain

ˈleɪmbreɪn

Meanings of Lamebrain:

noun

A stupid person.

Usage examples:

I was never one of those lamebrains who thought cop work was glamorous

Lamebrains

ˈleɪmbreɪn

Meanings of Lamebrains:

noun

A stupid person.

Usage examples:

I was never one of those lamebrains who thought cop work was glamorous

Meanings of Lamed:

verb

Make (a person or animal) lame.

Usage examples:

He was badly lamed during the expedition
adjective

(especially of an animal) unable to walk without difficulty as the result of an injury or illness affecting the leg or foot.

Usage examples:

His horse went lame
noun

Fabric with interwoven gold or silver threads.

Usage examples:

A gold lamé suit

Lamella

ləˈmɛlə

Meanings of Lamella:

noun

A thin layer, membrane, or plate of tissue, especially in bone.

Usage examples:

Tunas have numerous lamellae (gill membranes) and very thin lamellar walls, and are able to extract…

Meanings of Lamellae:

noun

A thin layer, membrane, or plate of tissue, especially in bone.

Usage examples:

Tunas have numerous lamellae (gill membranes) and very thin lamellar walls, and are able to extract…

Lamellibranch

ləˈmɛlɪbraŋk

Meanings of Lamellibranch:

noun

Another term for bivalve.

Lamellicorn

ləˈmɛlɪkɔːn

Meanings of Lamellicorn:

noun

Former term for scarabaeoid.

Meanings of Lamely:

adverb

In a weak and unsatisfactory way

Usage examples:

"you must have been mistaken," she told adam, rather lamely., there was nothing else to say so i la…

Lameness

ˈleɪm.nəs

Meanings of Lameness:

noun

The fact of being unable to walk correctly because of physical injury to or weakness in the legs or feet

Usage examples:

Injuries such as bone fractures can lead to lameness in horses., his lameness prevented him from ta…

Lament

ləˈment

Meanings of Lament:

noun

A passionate expression of grief or sorrow.

Usage examples:

His mother's night-long laments for his father
verb

Express passionate grief about.

Usage examples:

He was lamenting the death of his infant daughter

Lamentable

ləˈmen.tə.bəl

Meanings of Lamentable:

adjective

(of circumstances or conditions) very bad; deplorable.

Usage examples:

The industry is in a lamentable state

Lamentably

ləˈmen.tə.bli

Meanings of Lamentably:

adverb

In a way that deserves severe criticism or is very bad

Usage examples:

The government, says the report, have carried out lamentably few of their promises., the questions …

Lamentation

ˌlæm.enˈteɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Lamentation:

noun

The passionate expression of grief or sorrow; weeping.

Usage examples:

Scenes of lamentation

Lamentations

ˌlæm.enˈteɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Lamentations:

noun

The passionate expression of grief or sorrow; weeping.

Usage examples:

Scenes of lamentation

Lamented

ləˈmen.tɪd

Meanings of Lamented:

adjective

A conventional way of describing someone who has died or something that has ceased to exist.

Usage examples:

The late and much lamented leonard bernstein
verb

Express passionate grief about.

Usage examples:

He was lamenting the death of his infant daughter

Lamenting

ləˈmɛnt

Meanings of Lamenting:

verb

Express passionate grief about.

Usage examples:

He was lamenting the death of his infant daughter
noun

A passionate expression of grief or sorrow.

Usage examples:

His mother's night-long laments for his father

Laments

ləˈment

Meanings of Laments:

noun

A passionate expression of grief or sorrow.

Usage examples:

His mother's night-long laments for his father
verb

Express passionate grief about.

Usage examples:

He was lamenting the death of his infant daughter

Lamer

leɪm

Meanings of Lamer:

noun

A stupid, inept, or dull person.

Usage examples:

It also makes me feel like a lamer who hasn't done anything with her life.
adjective

(especially of an animal) unable to walk without difficulty as the result of an injury or illness affecting the leg or foot.

Usage examples:

His horse went lame

Lames

leɪm

Meanings of Lames:

verb

Make (a person or animal) lame.

Usage examples:

He was badly lamed during the expedition
adjective

(especially of an animal) unable to walk without difficulty as the result of an injury or illness affecting the leg or foot.

Usage examples:

His horse went lame
noun

Fabric with interwoven gold or silver threads.

Usage examples:

A gold lamé suit

Lamest

leɪm

Meanings of Lamest:

adjective

(especially of an animal) unable to walk without difficulty as the result of an injury or illness affecting the leg or foot.

Usage examples:

His horse went lame
verb

Make (a person or animal) lame.

Usage examples:

He was badly lamed during the expedition
noun

Fabric with interwoven gold or silver threads.

Usage examples:

A gold lamé suit

Lamia

ˈleɪmɪə

Meanings of Lamia:

noun

A mythical monster supposed to have the body of a woman, and to prey on human beings and suck the blood of children.

Usage examples:

We lamia were not supposed to fall in love with humans, but i was willing to break every existing r…

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