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Loughs

lɒk

Meanings of Loughs:

noun

Irish form of loch.

Usage examples:

The cottage sat at the edge of the lough

Meanings of Louis:

noun

A gold coin issued in france between 1640 and 1793.

Usage examples:

He did borrow it, getting a thousand from one man, five hundred from another, five louis here, thre…
proper noun

The name of eighteen kings of france.

Meanings of Louisiana:

proper noun

A state in the southern us, on the gulf of mexico; population 4,410,796 (est. 2008); capital, baton rouge. louisiana originally denoted the large region of the mississippi basin claimed for france by the explorer la salle in 1682. it was sold by the french to the us in the louisiana purchase of 1803. the smaller area now known as louisiana became the 18th state of the us in 1812.

noun

A state in the southern us, whose capital city is baton rouge

Usage examples:

I was in the woods of louisiana., louisiana was named after the french king louis.

Louisianan

luˌiː.ziˈæn.ən

Meanings of Louisianan:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the us state of louisiana or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

Louisianan soul food
noun

A native or inhabitant of the us state of louisiana.

Usage examples:

A louisianan who had been loyal to the southern cause

Louisianans

luːˌiːzɪˈan(ə)n

Meanings of Louisianans:

noun

A native or inhabitant of the us state of louisiana.

Usage examples:

A louisianan who had been loyal to the southern cause
adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the us state of louisiana or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

Louisianan soul food

Meanings of Louisianian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the us state of louisiana or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

Louisianan soul food
noun

A native or inhabitant of the us state of louisiana.

Usage examples:

A louisianan who had been loyal to the southern cause

Louisianians

luːˌiːzɪˈan(ə)n

Meanings of Louisianians:

noun

A native or inhabitant of the us state of louisiana.

Usage examples:

A louisianan who had been loyal to the southern cause
adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the us state of louisiana or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

Louisianan soul food

Meanings of Louisville:

proper noun

An industrial city and river port in northern kentucky, on the ohio river just south of the border with indiana; since a 2003 merger, it is part of louisville–jefferson county; consolidated population 713,877 (est. 2008). it is the site of the annual kentucky derby.

Meanings of Lounge-around:

phrasal verb

To spend your time in a relaxed way, sitting or lying somewhere and doing very little

Usage examples:

We spent our days lounging around the pool.

Lounged

laʊndʒ

Meanings of Lounged:

verb

Lie, sit, or stand in a relaxed or lazy way.

Usage examples:

Several students were lounging about reading papers
noun

A public room in a hotel, theatre, or club in which to sit and relax.

Usage examples:

The hotel has a pleasant lounge and bar

Lounger

ˈlaʊn.dʒər

Meanings of Lounger:

noun

A comfortable chair for relaxing on, especially an outdoor chair that adjusts or extends, allowing a person to recline.

Usage examples:

Kate was lying on a lounger beside a pool

Loungers

ˈlaʊn.dʒər

Meanings of Loungers:

noun

A comfortable chair for relaxing on, especially an outdoor chair that adjusts or extends, allowing a person to recline.

Usage examples:

Kate was lying on a lounger beside a pool

Meanings of Lounges:

verb

Lie, sit, or stand in a relaxed or lazy way.

Usage examples:

Several students were lounging about reading papers
noun

A public room in a hotel, theatre, or club in which to sit and relax.

Usage examples:

The hotel has a pleasant lounge and bar

Loup

laʊp

Meanings of Loup:

noun

Another form of leap (verb).

Usage examples:

I grabbed the reins and louped on the old horse

Meanings of Loupe:

noun

A small magnifying glass used by jewellers and watchmakers.

Usage examples:

The leaf and scroll patterns are well defined and executed with a strength and sureness that holds …

Louped

laʊp

Meanings of Louped:

verb

Another form of leap (verb).

Usage examples:

I grabbed the reins and louped on the old horse

Loupes

luːp

Meanings of Loupes:

noun

A small magnifying glass used by jewellers and watchmakers.

Usage examples:

The leaf and scroll patterns are well defined and executed with a strength and sureness that holds …

Meanings of Louping:

verb

Another form of leap (verb).

Usage examples:

I grabbed the reins and louped on the old horse

Loups

laʊp

Meanings of Loups:

noun

Another form of leap (verb).

Usage examples:

I grabbed the reins and louped on the old horse

Meanings of Lour:

verb

Move (someone or something) in a downward direction.

Usage examples:

He watched the coffin being lowered into the ground
noun

Look angry or sullen; frown.

Usage examples:

The lofty statue lowers at patients in the infirmary
adjective

Less high in position.

Usage examples:

The lower levels of the building
adverb

In or into a lower position.

Usage examples:

The sun sank lower

Meanings of Loured:

verb

Look angry or sullen; frown.

Usage examples:

The lofty statue lowers at patients in the infirmary

Lourie

ˈlaʊəri

Meanings of Lourie:

noun

Another term for turaco and go-away bird.

Louring

ˈlaʊərɪŋ

Meanings of Louring:

verb

Look angry or sullen; frown.

Usage examples:

The lofty statue lowers at patients in the infirmary
adjective

(of the sky) dark and threatening.

Usage examples:

A day of lowering cloud
noun

The action of moving someone or something in a downward direction.

Usage examples:

Conditions do not allow the lowering of a rescue boat

Lours

ˈləʊə

Meanings of Lours:

noun

Look angry or sullen; frown.

Usage examples:

The lofty statue lowers at patients in the infirmary

Louse

laʊs

Meanings of Louse:

noun

Either of two small wingless parasitic insects that live on the skin of mammals and birds.

Usage examples:

Head lice are insects living on the human scalp and feeding on blood.
verb

Remove lice from.

Usage examples:

They were lousing each other; and it surprised us that they did not discontinue their work + as we …

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