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Lancelet

ˈlɑːnslɪt

Meanings of Lancelet:

noun

A small elongated marine invertebrate that resembles a fish but lacks jaws and obvious sense organs. lancelets possess a notochord and are among the most primitive chordates.

Usage examples:

Biologists could examine the many living animals (such as lancelets and sea squirts) that represent…

Lancelets

ˈlɑːnslɪt

Meanings of Lancelets:

noun

A small elongated marine invertebrate that resembles a fish but lacks jaws and obvious sense organs. lancelets possess a notochord and are among the most primitive chordates.

Usage examples:

Biologists could examine the many living animals (such as lancelets and sea squirts) that represent…

Meanings of Lancelot:

proper noun

(in arthurian legend) the most famous of arthur's knights, lover of queen guinevere and father of galahad.

Lanceolate

ˈlɑːnsɪələt

Meanings of Lanceolate:

adjective

Shaped like a lance head; of a narrow oval shape tapering to a point at each end.

Usage examples:

Lanceolate leaves

Lancer

ˈlɑːn.sər

Meanings of Lancer:

noun

A soldier of a cavalry regiment armed with lances.

Usage examples:

If at that moment, the swordsman lunges, forcing the lance to the outside, he is safe and the lance…

Lances

lɑːns

Meanings of Lances:

noun

A long weapon with a wooden shaft and a pointed steel head, formerly used by a horseman in charging.

Usage examples:

The warriors bore lances tipped with iron or steel
verb

Prick or cut open (an abscess or boil) with a lancet or other sharp instrument.

Usage examples:

Abscesses should not be lanced until there is a soft spot in the centre

Meanings of Lancet:

noun

A small, broad two-edged surgical knife or blade with a sharp point.

Usage examples:

Medical wastes are defined as discarded sharps (needles, scalpel blades, lancets, and broken glass)…

Lancetfish

ˈlɑːnsətfɪʃ

Meanings of Lancetfish:

noun

A long slender predatory fish with a large sail-like dorsal fin, living in the deeper waters of open oceans.

Usage examples:

The lancetfish was caught off the eastern cape coast - hundreds of kilometres away from its usual h…

Lancetfishes

ˈlɑːnsətfɪʃ

Meanings of Lancetfishes:

noun

A long slender predatory fish with a large sail-like dorsal fin, living in the deeper waters of open oceans.

Usage examples:

The lancetfish was caught off the eastern cape coast - hundreds of kilometres away from its usual h…

Lancets

ˈlɑːn.sɪt

Meanings of Lancets:

noun

A small, broad two-edged surgical knife or blade with a sharp point.

Usage examples:

Medical wastes are defined as discarded sharps (needles, scalpel blades, lancets, and broken glass)…

Meanings of Lancewood:

noun

Any of a number of hardwood trees with tough elastic timber.

Usage examples:

He is regenerating mahoe, karaka (called kopi in the chathams), ribbonwood, matipo, karamu, nikau p…

Lancing

lɑːns

Meanings of Lancing:

verb

Prick or cut open (an abscess or boil) with a lancet or other sharp instrument.

Usage examples:

Abscesses should not be lanced until there is a soft spot in the centre
noun

A long weapon with a wooden shaft and a pointed steel head, formerly used by a horseman in charging.

Usage examples:

The warriors bore lances tipped with iron or steel

Meanings of Land:

noun

The part of the earth's surface that is not covered by water.

Usage examples:

The reptiles lay their eggs on land
verb

Put (someone or something) on land from a boat.

Usage examples:

He landed his troops at hastings

Meanings of Land-agent:

noun

A person who manages a farm or large area of land for someone else

Usage examples:

If you do not want to farm yourself, you can use a land agent to hire a contractor to farm the land…

Meanings of Land-of-nod:

idiom

To be sleeping

Usage examples:

Jamie's in the land of nod at last.

Meanings of Land-someone-with:

phrasal verb

If someone or something lands you with something, he, she, or it causes problems for you

Usage examples:

I hope you don't mind me landing you with the kids at such short notice., alan's gone off on holida…

Landau

ˈlandɔː

Meanings of Landau:

noun

A horse-drawn four-wheeled enclosed carriage with a removable front cover and a back cover that can be raised and lowered.

Usage examples:

So you can visit the faded but still fun dr who experience, or ride down the sea front on a horse-d…

Landaulet

ˌlandɔːˈlɛt

Meanings of Landaulet:

noun

A small landau.

Usage examples:

On 1st august 1901, wilhelm karmann acquires the christian klages coach-building factory in osnabrü…

Landaus

ˈlandɔː

Meanings of Landaus:

noun

A horse-drawn four-wheeled enclosed carriage with a removable front cover and a back cover that can be raised and lowered.

Usage examples:

So you can visit the faded but still fun dr who experience, or ride down the sea front on a horse-d…

Meanings of Landed:

adjective

Owning much land, especially through inheritance.

Usage examples:

The landed aristocracy
verb

Put (someone or something) on land from a boat.

Usage examples:

He landed his troops at hastings

Lander

ˈlæn.dər

Meanings of Lander:

noun

A spacecraft designed to land on the surface of a planet or moon.

Usage examples:

A lunar lander

Landers

ˈlandə

Meanings of Landers:

noun

A spacecraft designed to land on the surface of a planet or moon.

Usage examples:

A lunar lander

Landfall

ˈlan(d)fɔːl

Meanings of Landfall:

noun

An arrival at land on a sea or air journey.

Usage examples:

We planned a day with landfalls at hrensko and bad schandau

Landfalls

ˈlænd.fɔːl

Meanings of Landfalls:

noun

An arrival at land on a sea or air journey.

Usage examples:

We planned a day with landfalls at hrensko and bad schandau

Landfill

ˈlænd.fɪl

Meanings of Landfill:

noun

The disposal of waste material by burying it, especially as a method of filling in and reclaiming excavated pits.

Usage examples:

Landfill sites
verb

Bury in a landfill.

Usage examples:

Many tons of edible food are landfilled

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