Lawks



/lɔːks/
interjection
1.
(Brit) an expression of surprise or dismay

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    [law-lis] /ˈlɔ lɪs/ adjective 1. contrary to or without regard for the law: lawless violence. 2. being without law; uncontrolled by a law; unbridled; unruly; unrestrained: lawless passion. 3. illegal: bootleggers’ lawless activity. /ˈlɔːlɪs/ adjective 1. without law 2. disobedient to the law 3. contrary to or heedless of the law 4. uncontrolled; unbridled: lawless […]

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