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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…

Lamiae

ˈleɪmɪə

Meanings of Lamiae:

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…

Lamias

ˈleɪmɪə

Meanings of Lamias:

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…

Lamina

ˈlæm.ɪ.nə

Meanings of Lamina:

noun

A thin layer, plate, or scale of sedimentary rock, organic tissue, or other material.

Usage examples:

The preservation of the delicate neural arch laminae in cervical and dorsal vertebrae further indic…

Meanings of Laminae:

noun

A thin layer, plate, or scale of sedimentary rock, organic tissue, or other material.

Usage examples:

The preservation of the delicate neural arch laminae in cervical and dorsal vertebrae further indic…

Meanings of Laminal:

adjective

(of a consonant) formed with the blade of the tongue touching the alveolar ridge.

Usage examples:

The blade is immediately behind the tip, lies opposite the alveolar ridge of the upper mouth when t…

Laminar

ˈlamɪnə

Meanings of Laminar:

adjective

Consisting of laminae.

Usage examples:

The lowest part consists of the mineral neomesselite, which has a delicate laminar or platelike str…

Meanings of Laminas:

noun

A layer or thin sheet of tissue

Laminate

ˈlæm.ɪ.nət

Meanings of Laminate:

verb

Overlay (a flat surface, especially paper) with a layer of plastic or some other protective material.

Usage examples:

We will laminate your photos in clear plastic
noun

A laminated structure or material.

Usage examples:

The blade is suitable for cutting plastics or laminates
adjective

In the form of a lamina or laminae.

Usage examples:

The cells lack a sheath and are uni-nucleate with a conspicuous single laminate parietal chloroplas…

Meanings of Laminated:

verb

Overlay (a flat surface, especially paper) with a layer of plastic or some other protective material.

Usage examples:

We will laminate your photos in clear plastic
adjective

(of a flat surface, especially paper) overlaid with a layer of plastic or some other protective material.

Usage examples:

The book had a shiny laminated cover

Meanings of Laminates:

verb

Overlay (a flat surface, especially paper) with a layer of plastic or some other protective material.

Usage examples:

We will laminate your photos in clear plastic
noun

A laminated structure or material.

Usage examples:

The blade is suitable for cutting plastics or laminates
adjective

In the form of a lamina or laminae.

Usage examples:

The cells lack a sheath and are uni-nucleate with a conspicuous single laminate parietal chloroplas…

Laminating

ˈlæm.ɪ.nət

Meanings of Laminating:

verb

Overlay (a flat surface, especially paper) with a layer of plastic or some other protective material.

Usage examples:

We will laminate your photos in clear plastic
noun

A laminated structure or material.

Usage examples:

The blade is suitable for cutting plastics or laminates
adjective

In the form of a lamina or laminae.

Usage examples:

The cells lack a sheath and are uni-nucleate with a conspicuous single laminate parietal chloroplas…

Laminectomy

læm.ɪˈnek.tə.mi

Meanings of Laminectomy:

noun

A surgical operation to remove the back of one or more vertebrae, usually to give access to the spinal cord or to relieve pressure on nerves.

Usage examples:

The project director identified patients undergoing laminectomies, craniotomies, and colectomies wh…

Laming

leɪm

Meanings of Laming:

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

Lamington

ˈlæm.ɪŋ.tən

Meanings of Lamington:

noun

A square of sponge cake dipped in melted chocolate and grated coconut.

Usage examples:

I've being baking scones and lamingtons just to get in the mood.

Laminitis

ˌlamɪˈnʌɪtɪs

Meanings of Laminitis:

noun

Inflammation of sensitive layers of tissue (laminae) inside the hoof in horses and other animals. it is particularly prevalent in ponies feeding on rich spring grass and can cause extreme lameness.

Usage examples:

Horses and ponies treated for laminitis by a veterinary surgeon during this period will then be re-…

Meanings of Lamium:

noun

A plant of a genus which comprises the dead-nettles.

Usage examples:

Plant mitsuba with other herbs of similar culture such as sweet cicely, chervil, bee balm, lamium, …

Lammas

ˈlaməs

Meanings of Lammas:

noun

The first day of august, formerly observed as harvest festival.

Usage examples:

Tara was surprised when scott gladly accompanied her to a lammas gathering in august.

Meanings of Lammed:

verb

Hit hard; strike.

Usage examples:

I'll lam you in the mouth in a minute

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