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Meanings of Loons:

noun

A silly or foolish person.

Usage examples:

If only she weren't such a lovesick loon
verb

Act in a foolish or desultory way.

Usage examples:

He decided to loon around london
plural noun

Close-fitting casual trousers widely flared from the knees downwards.

Usage examples:

A pair of mustard hipster loons

Loony

ˈluː.ni

Meanings of Loony:

noun

A mad or silly person.

Usage examples:

She was working with a bunch of loonies
adjective

Mad or silly.

Usage examples:

Loony drivers

Loop

luːp

Meanings of Loop:

noun

A shape produced by a curve that bends round and crosses itself.

Usage examples:

Make a loop in the twine
verb

Form (something) into a loop or loops; encircle.

Usage examples:

She looped her arms around his neck

Looped

luːp

Meanings of Looped:

verb

Form (something) into a loop or loops; encircle.

Usage examples:

She looped her arms around his neck
noun

A shape produced by a curve that bends round and crosses itself.

Usage examples:

Make a loop in the twine

Meanings of Looper:

noun

A caterpillar of a geometrid moth, which moves forward by arching and straightening its body.

Usage examples:

They are economical to raise, however, and mass releases can be very effective against corn earworm…

Loopers

ˈluːpə

Meanings of Loopers:

noun

A caterpillar of a geometrid moth, which moves forward by arching and straightening its body.

Usage examples:

They are economical to raise, however, and mass releases can be very effective against corn earworm…

Loophole

ˈluːp.həʊl

Meanings of Loophole:

noun

An ambiguity or inadequacy in the law or a set of rules.

Usage examples:

They exploited tax loopholes
verb

Make arrow slits in (a wall).

Usage examples:

The walls of the barracks were loopholed for muskets

Loopholed

ˈluːphəʊl

Meanings of Loopholed:

verb

Make arrow slits in (a wall).

Usage examples:

The walls of the barracks were loopholed for muskets
noun

An ambiguity or inadequacy in the law or a set of rules.

Usage examples:

They exploited tax loopholes

Loopholes

ˈluːp.həʊl

Meanings of Loopholes:

noun

An ambiguity or inadequacy in the law or a set of rules.

Usage examples:

They exploited tax loopholes
verb

Make arrow slits in (a wall).

Usage examples:

The walls of the barracks were loopholed for muskets

Loopholing

ˈluːphəʊl

Meanings of Loopholing:

verb

Make arrow slits in (a wall).

Usage examples:

The walls of the barracks were loopholed for muskets
noun

An ambiguity or inadequacy in the law or a set of rules.

Usage examples:

They exploited tax loopholes

Meanings of Loopier:

adjective

Mad or silly.

Usage examples:

A loopy grin

Meanings of Loopiest:

adjective

Mad or silly.

Usage examples:

A loopy grin

Meanings of Looping:

verb

Form (something) into a loop or loops; encircle.

Usage examples:

She looped her arms around his neck
noun

A shape produced by a curve that bends round and crosses itself.

Usage examples:

Make a loop in the twine

Meanings of Loops:

noun

A shape produced by a curve that bends round and crosses itself.

Usage examples:

Make a loop in the twine
verb

Form (something) into a loop or loops; encircle.

Usage examples:

She looped her arms around his neck

Loopy

ˈluː.pi

Meanings of Loopy:

adjective

Mad or silly.

Usage examples:

A loopy grin

Meanings of Loos:

noun

A toilet.

Usage examples:

Make sure you go to the loo before you go on stage

Loose

luːs

Meanings of Loose:

adjective

Not firmly or tightly fixed in place; detached or able to be detached.

Usage examples:

A loose tooth
noun

Loose play.

Usage examples:

He was in powerful form in the loose
verb

Set free; release.

Usage examples:

The hounds have been loosed

Loose cannon

ˌluːs ˈkæn.ən

Meanings of Loose cannon:

noun

An unpredictable or uncontrolled person who is liable to cause unintentional damage.

Usage examples:

Most of the cop heroes in contemporary films are loners and loose cannons

Meanings of Loose-change:

noun

The coins that you carry with you

Usage examples:

Carry some loose change to make emergency public telephone calls., in the world of big business, £2…

Loose-fitting

ˌluːsˈfɪt.ɪŋ

Meanings of Loose-fitting:

adjective

Loose-fitting clothing is quite large and does not fit tightly

Usage examples:

A loose-fitting shirt

Loosed

luːs

Meanings of Loosed:

verb

Set free; release.

Usage examples:

The hounds have been loosed
adjective

Not firmly or tightly fixed in place; detached or able to be detached.

Usage examples:

A loose tooth
noun

Loose play.

Usage examples:

He was in powerful form in the loose

Looseleaf

ˌluːsˈliːf

Meanings of Looseleaf:

adjective

(of a notebook or folder) having each sheet of paper separate and removable.

Usage examples:

Loose-leaf binders

Loosen

ˈluː.sən

Meanings of Loosen:

verb

Make (something tied, fastened, or fixed in place) less tight or firm.

Usage examples:

Loosen your collar and tie

Loosen-up

ˈluː.sən

Meanings of Loosen-up:

idiom

To stretch your muscles, esp. by doing special exercises before a hard physical activity

Usage examples:

He always spent 20 minutes loosening up before going for his morning run., she was nervous at the b…

Loosened

ˈluː.sən

Meanings of Loosened:

verb

Make (something tied, fastened, or fixed in place) less tight or firm.

Usage examples:

Loosen your collar and tie

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