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Ludic

ˈluː.dɪk

Meanings of Ludic:

adjective

Lively and full of fun

Usage examples:

The car has that ludic quality that characterises successful product design: see one and you want t…

Ludicrous

ˈluː.dɪ.krəs

Meanings of Ludicrous:

adjective

So foolish, unreasonable, or out of place as to be amusing.

Usage examples:

It's ludicrous that i have been fined

Ludicrously

ˈluː.dɪ.krəs.li

Meanings of Ludicrously:

adverb

In a way that is so foolish, unreasonable, or out of place as to be amusing.

Usage examples:

A performance artist poses ludicrously in a fur bikini with a surfboard in tow

Ludicrousness

ˈluː.dɪ.krəs.nəs

Meanings of Ludicrousness:

noun

The fact of being stupid or unreasonable and deserving to be laughed at

Usage examples:

It points out the ludicrousness of anyone thinking that fast food is fine dining.

Ludo

ˈl(j)uːdəʊ

Meanings of Ludo:

noun

A simple game in which players move counters round a board according to throws of a dice.

Usage examples:

Evening entertainment included games of ludo, snakes and ladders and draughts.

Meanings of Ludwig:

proper noun

The name of three kings of bavaria.

Lues

ˈl(j)uːiːz

Meanings of Lues:

noun

A serious infectious disease, particularly syphilis.

Usage examples:

Congenital lues up to the time of puberty may simulate acute articular rheumatism.

Luff

lʌf

Meanings of Luff:

noun

The edge of a fore-and-aft sail next to the mast or stay.

Usage examples:

If your luff is flapping, pull the sail towards you to fill it with wind
verb

Steer a yacht nearer the wind.

Usage examples:

All you need to do is luff up, head to wind

Luffa

ˈluːfə

Meanings of Luffa:

noun

The fibrous interior of a fruit that resembles a marrow, dried and used as a sponge for washing the body.

Usage examples:

Thank this angel with an array of products: bubble bath, body lotion, a loofah, and all-natural per…

Luffas

ˈluːfə

Meanings of Luffas:

noun

The fibrous interior of a fruit that resembles a marrow, dried and used as a sponge for washing the body.

Meanings of Luffed:

verb

Steer a yacht nearer the wind.

Usage examples:

All you need to do is luff up, head to wind
noun

The edge of a fore-and-aft sail next to the mast or stay.

Usage examples:

If your luff is flapping, pull the sail towards you to fill it with wind

Luffs

lʌf

Meanings of Luffs:

noun

The edge of a fore-and-aft sail next to the mast or stay.

Usage examples:

If your luff is flapping, pull the sail towards you to fill it with wind
verb

Steer a yacht nearer the wind.

Usage examples:

All you need to do is luff up, head to wind

Lug

lʌɡ

Meanings of Lug:

verb

Carry or drag (a heavy or bulky object) with great effort.

Usage examples:

She began to lug her suitcase down the stairs
noun

A box or crate used for transporting fruit.

Usage examples:

A truck piled high with wooden lugs of grapes

Luganda

luːˈɡandə

Meanings of Luganda:

noun

The bantu language of the baganda people, widely used in uganda and having over 2 million speakers.

Usage examples:

The eastern lacustrine bantu speakers include the baganda people whose language is luganda, the bas…

Luge

luːʒ

Meanings of Luge:

noun

A light toboggan for one or two people, ridden in a sitting or supine position.

Usage examples:

I met karmen and elle at the top again, the two of them breathless from trying to figure out how to…
verb

Ride on a luge.

Usage examples:

Youths luged in a reckless style

Meanings of Luger:

noun

A type of german automatic pistol.

Usage examples:

In 1908, the german army adopted the luger as a pistol.

Luges

luːʒ

Meanings of Luges:

noun

A light toboggan for one or two people, ridden in a sitting or supine position.

Usage examples:

I met karmen and elle at the top again, the two of them breathless from trying to figure out how to…
verb

Ride on a luge.

Usage examples:

Youths luged in a reckless style

Luggage

ˈlʌɡ.ɪdʒ

Meanings of Luggage:

noun

Suitcases or other bags in which to pack personal belongings for travelling.

Usage examples:

Upon landing, we waited and waited for our luggage

Lugged

lʌɡ

Meanings of Lugged:

verb

Carry or drag (a heavy or bulky object) with great effort.

Usage examples:

She began to lug her suitcase down the stairs
noun

A box or crate used for transporting fruit.

Usage examples:

A truck piled high with wooden lugs of grapes

Past simple and past participle of lug informal

Meanings of Lugger:

noun

A small sailing ship with two or three masts and a lugsail on each.

Usage examples:

But we can only wonder whether the dark shapes below our dinghy are marine life or the ghostly rema…

Luggers

ˈlʌɡə

Meanings of Luggers:

noun

A small sailing ship with two or three masts and a lugsail on each.

Usage examples:

But we can only wonder whether the dark shapes below our dinghy are marine life or the ghostly rema…

Lugging

lʌɡ

Meanings of Lugging:

verb

Carry or drag (a heavy or bulky object) with great effort.

Usage examples:

She began to lug her suitcase down the stairs
noun

A box or crate used for transporting fruit.

Usage examples:

A truck piled high with wooden lugs of grapes

Present participle of lug informal

Lughole

ˈlʌɡ.həʊl

Meanings of Lughole:

noun

An ear

Usage examples:

You'll get a clip round the lughole if you're not careful.

Meanings of Luging:

verb

Ride on a luge.

Usage examples:

Youths luged in a reckless style
noun

A light toboggan for one or two people, ridden in a sitting or supine position.

Usage examples:

I met karmen and elle at the top again, the two of them breathless from trying to figure out how to…

Lugs

lʌɡ

Meanings of Lugs:

verb

Carry or drag (a heavy or bulky object) with great effort.

Usage examples:

She began to lug her suitcase down the stairs
noun

A box or crate used for transporting fruit.

Usage examples:

A truck piled high with wooden lugs of grapes

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