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Lopsidedly

ˌlɒpˈsaɪ.dɪd.li

Meanings of Lopsidedly:

adverb

In a way that has one side bigger, higher, etc. than the other

Usage examples:

I grinned lopsidedly and asked her if she wanted a drink., his lopsidedly handsome face looked tens…

Lopsidedness

ˌlɒpˈsaɪ.dɪd.nəs

Meanings of Lopsidedness:

noun

The fact of having one side bigger, higher, etc. than the other

Usage examples:

The doctor decided to operate again to try to correct the lopsidedness of his face., i am curious t…

Meanings of Loq:

verb

(he or she) speaks (with the speaker's name following, as a stage direction or to inform the reader).

Usage examples:

Beside it, on the margin in ms., is the word" action." not a word of it was said. it was simply don…

Loquacious

ləˈkweɪ.ʃəs

Meanings of Loquacious:

adjective

Tending to talk a great deal; talkative.

Usage examples:

Never loquacious, sarah was now totally lost for words

Loquaciously

ləˈkweɪ.ʃəs.li

Meanings of Loquaciously:

adverb

In a loquacious way (= talking a lot)

Usage examples:

He was loquaciously charming., they expounded loquaciously on every issue, as though they'd been re…

Loquacity

ləˈkwæs.ə.ti

Meanings of Loquacity:

noun

The quality of talking a great deal; talkativeness.

Usage examples:

He was renowned for loquacity

Meanings of Loquat:

noun

A small yellow egg-shaped acidic fruit.

Usage examples:

Growing up in kenya, my brother and i often shared the branches with a chameleon as we reached for …

Loquats

ˈləʊ.kwɒt

Meanings of Loquats:

noun

A small yellow egg-shaped acidic fruit.

Usage examples:

Growing up in kenya, my brother and i often shared the branches with a chameleon as we reached for …

Meanings of Loquitur:

verb

(he or she) speaks (with the speaker's name following, as a stage direction or to inform the reader).

Usage examples:

Beside it, on the margin in ms., is the word" action." not a word of it was said. it was simply don…

Lor

lɔː

Meanings of Lor:

exclamation

Used to indicate surprise or dismay.

Usage examples:

Lor, look at that! isn't it horrible?

Meanings of Loran:

noun

A system of long-distance navigation in which position is determined from the intervals between signal pulses received from widely spaced radio transmitters.

Usage examples:

He checked his bearings on the loran

Meanings of Lorans:

noun

A system of long-distance navigation in which position is determined from the intervals between signal pulses received from widely spaced radio transmitters.

Usage examples:

He checked his bearings on the loran

Loranthus

lɔːˈranθəs

Meanings of Loranthus:

noun

A semi-parasitic asian plant of the mistletoe family, which has orange or red flowers and oval berries.

Usage examples:

To kill the parasite, one hole is made by drilling at the bottom of the loranthus and a mixture of …

Lord

lɔːd

Meanings of Lord:

noun

A man of noble rank or high office; a nobleman.

Usage examples:

Lords and ladies were entertained here
exclamation

Used in exclamations expressing surprise or worry, or for emphasis.

Usage examples:

Lord, i'm cold!
verb

Act in a superior and domineering manner towards (someone).

Usage examples:

When we were at school, you used to lord it over us

Meanings of Lord it over:

phrasal verb

Assert authority or dominance over (something or someone)

Usage examples:

Pastors are to service those in church, not lord over them
idiom

To behave as if you are more important than someone and have a right to tell that person what to do

Usage examples:

He likes to lord it over his little sister.

Meanings of Lord-and-master:

idiom

A person who has authority over you, or your husband

Meanings of Lord-it:

idiom

To behave as if you are more important than someone and have a right to tell that person what to do

Usage examples:

He likes to lord it over his little sister.

Meanings of Lorded:

verb

Act in a superior and domineering manner towards (someone).

Usage examples:

When we were at school, you used to lord it over us
noun

A man of noble rank or high office; a nobleman.

Usage examples:

Lords and ladies were entertained here
exclamation

Used in exclamations expressing surprise or worry, or for emphasis.

Usage examples:

Lord, i'm cold!
idiom

To behave as if you are more important than someone and have a right to tell that person what to do

Usage examples:

He likes to lord it over his little sister.

Lording

lɔːd

Meanings of Lording:

verb

Act in a superior and domineering manner towards (someone).

Usage examples:

When we were at school, you used to lord it over us
noun

A man of noble rank or high office; a nobleman.

Usage examples:

Lords and ladies were entertained here
exclamation

Used in exclamations expressing surprise or worry, or for emphasis.

Usage examples:

Lord, i'm cold!
idiom

To behave as if you are more important than someone and have a right to tell that person what to do

Usage examples:

He likes to lord it over his little sister.

Meanings of Lordkin:

noun

A young lord; a minor lord.

Meanings of Lordlet:

noun

A contemptuous term for a lord; a minor or inferior lord.

Meanings of Lordlier:

adjective

Of, characteristic of, or suitable for a lord.

Usage examples:

Lordly titles

Lordliest

ˈlɔːdli

Meanings of Lordliest:

adjective

Of, characteristic of, or suitable for a lord.

Usage examples:

Lordly titles

Meanings of Lordlily:

adverb

In a lordly fashion; imperiously; nobly.

Meanings of Lordling:

noun

A minor lord.

Usage examples:

Lordlings do not argue with the prince of wales

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