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LOSINGEST

In last place, worst off, lagging behind the rest. =CBS is being asked to pay producers more for its series because, as the losingest network, CBS cancels more of them. Etymology : More…

Lotta

A "lot of" something ="I can't go out tonight-- I have a lotta homework." Etymology : Blending of 'lot' and 'of' (the a at the beginning is More…

loud

(metaphor) “Loud” is an adjective and a metaphor. It can be used to refer to a strain of marijuana that smells good, or generally is of high quality. Etymology : The original meaning of More…

Loud (2)

Smelling strongly of cannabis. =In describing the smell of a place that smells greatly of cannabis, one could say “it smelled extremely loud” to show how the place has an overwhelming More…

Louie

to participate in a performance of the song, "Louie, Louie" with the Marching Owl Band (the MOB) It’s a shortened form of “to play Louie, Louie” or “to perform More…

Louis

(And clipping) It is a purse made by Louis Vuitton. =I'll just throw my wallet into my Louis. Etymology : This is formed from zero-derivation and clipping. It is referring to a More…

love

(pejoration) the word love as a verb can refer to someone that amuses another person or entertains them, but it has also retained its original meaning to refer to the deep romantic affection More…

LOVE TANK

Heart; a store of love Possible reason used: The person wanted to sound clever. Transforming the word ‘think tank’ in a creative was very effective. It drew the More…

lovephobia

Fear of love, or any sort of loving acts My friend uses this term a lot to speak about boys, and by creating a single word to express this idea, it makes the idea seem more widespread and More…

loverness

The state or quality of being a lover of someone or something reason used: The speaker blurted the word out in a spur-of-the-moment burst of disbelief at how someone could possibly love the More…

lovespam

(love + spam = lovespam) lovespam, n. a large amount of love sent to one person within a short period of time, usually electronically, expressing affection =Lovespam uses metaphor to extend More…

low key

(adjective) only slightly, just a little bit Etymology : Old term from as far back as 1895; original meaning: casual, not showy; compound of low (adj) + key (n), perhaps from the musical More…

low key (1)

Discrete and subtle, not meant to attract attention =Low key was most likely coined out of utility; low key often describes a piece of information that one is fine with being shared with More…

Low-low

A car that has had the suspension lowered so it rides closer to the ground. Also called a low-rider. This word is prominent in street culture and hip-hop/rap culture. Low-lows, or More…

low-pro

A type of tire that is very slim and hardly noticeable from a side view; often used to accentuate the highly stylized metal rims of automobiles. Apparent Meaning: The word refers to the More…

Lowball

To steal a girl from other guy who especially you know well. undefined =“She is dating with my friend and I don’t want to lowball him.” =My friend

lowkey

(/ adjective) Used to describe something low-profile. Can be used as an adverb to modify verbs or adjectives, or just used as an adjective itself. Antonym: highkey =Lowkey as an adverb: More…

lowl

laughing of any sort =The joke made him lowl. Etymology : spelling of pronunciation of acronym LOL 'laughing out loud' and then generalized to any luaghing =conversation More…


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