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Meanings of Loculose:

adjective

Containing, or full of, loculi or cells; divided into loculi.

Meanings of Loculous:

adjective

= loculose .

Loculus

ˈlɒkjʊləs

Meanings of Loculus:

noun

Each of a number of small separate cavities, especially in an ovary; a locule.

Usage examples:

No vascular tissue was present in the septum, which forms a partition in the pod cavity between the…

Meanings of Locum:

noun

A person who stands in temporarily for someone else of the same profession, especially a cleric or doctor.

Usage examples:

For example, monitoring of particular subgroups of general practitioners, such as locums, assistant…

Locus

ˈləʊ.kəs

Meanings of Locus:

noun

A particular position or place where something occurs or is situated.

Usage examples:

It is impossible to specify the exact locus in the brain of these neural events

Locust

ˈləʊkəst

Meanings of Locust:

noun

A large, mainly tropical grasshopper with strong powers of flight. it is usually solitary, but from time to time there is a population explosion and it migrates in vast swarms which cause extensive damage to vegetation.

Usage examples:

Vast swarms of locusts have swept over south sulawesi in the past few days, destroying rice and sec…

Meanings of Locusta:

noun

Originally: = "locust". in later use: specifically any of the large, grasshopper-like orthopteran insects constituting the genus locusta; specifically the migratory locust, l. migratorius. also (in form locusta): the genus itself.

Locusts

ˈləʊ.kəst

Meanings of Locusts:

noun

A large, mainly tropical grasshopper with strong powers of flight. it is usually solitary, but from time to time there is a population explosion and it migrates in vast swarms which cause extensive damage to vegetation.

Usage examples:

Vast swarms of locusts have swept over south sulawesi in the past few days, destroying rice and sec…

Meanings of Locution:

noun

A word or phrase, especially with regard to style or idiom.

Usage examples:

These locutions are determinedly descriptive.

Locutionary

ləˈkjuː.ʃən.ər.i

Meanings of Locutionary:

adjective

Relating to the meaning or reference of what someone says, rather than its function or effect

Usage examples:

The cry lacks a locutionary (or message-bearing) dimension, but it acts as a warning.

Meanings of Locutions:

noun

A word or phrase, especially with regard to style or idiom.

Usage examples:

These locutions are determinedly descriptive.

Meanings of Locutor:

noun

A speaker.

Meanings of Locutories:

noun

A room or place in a monastery or (in later use) a convent, in which residents may converse with people from outside the community or amongst themselves. compare "parlour", locutorium .

adjective

Of or relating to speech or speaking.

Meanings of Locutorium:

noun

= locutory .

Meanings of Locutory:

noun

A room or place in a monastery or (in later use) a convent, in which residents may converse with people from outside the community or amongst themselves. compare "parlour", locutorium .

adjective

Of or relating to speech or speaking.

Lode

ləʊd

Meanings of Lode:

noun

A vein of metal ore in the earth.

Usage examples:

The tin oxide was very thinly scattered within the lode

Loden

ˈləʊd(ə)n

Meanings of Loden:

noun

A thick waterproof woollen cloth.

Usage examples:

A loden cape

Lodes

ləʊd

Meanings of Lodes:

noun

A vein of metal ore in the earth.

Usage examples:

The tin oxide was very thinly scattered within the lode

Lodestar

ˈləʊd.stɑːr

Meanings of Lodestar:

noun

A star that is used to guide the course of a ship, especially the pole star.

Usage examples:

She was his intellectual lodestar

Meanings of Lodestars:

noun

A star that is used to guide the course of a ship, especially the pole star.

Usage examples:

She was his intellectual lodestar

Lodestone

ˈləʊd.stəʊn

Meanings of Lodestone:

noun

A piece of magnetite or other naturally magnetized mineral, able to be used as a magnet.

Usage examples:

Electromagnetic fields and radiation have, perhaps through their historical associations with magne…

Lodge

lɒdʒ

Meanings of Lodge:

noun

A small house at the gates of a park or in the grounds of a large house, occupied by a gatekeeper, gardener, or other employee.

Usage examples:

The house, the entrance lodge and garden of just over an acre comprise lot one.
verb

Present (a complaint, appeal, claim, etc.) formally to the proper authorities.

Usage examples:

He has 28 days in which to lodge an appeal

Meanings of Lodge-a-complaint:

phrase

To make an official complaint about something

Usage examples:

The us lodged a formal protest against the arrest of the foreign reporters., lawyers said last nigh…

Meanings of Lodge-a-protest:

phrase

To make an official complaint about something

Usage examples:

The us lodged a formal protest against the arrest of the foreign reporters., lawyers said last nigh…

Lodged

lɒdʒ

Meanings of Lodged:

adjective

(of a crop) flattened by wind or rain.

Usage examples:

In lodged crops there is rapid leaf decay
verb

Present (a complaint, appeal, claim, etc.) formally to the proper authorities.

Usage examples:

He has 28 days in which to lodge an appeal

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