[lohth-lee, lohth -] /ˈloʊθ li, ˈloʊð-/
[lohth -lee, lohth-] /ˈloʊð li, ˈloʊθ-/
loathsome; hideous; repulsive.
with reluctance; unwillingly
an archaic word for loathsome
Old English laðlic “hateful, horrible, unpleasant;” see loath + -ly (2). As an adverb, Old English laðlice.
[lohth -suh m, lohth-] /ˈloʊð səm, ˈloʊθ-/ adjective 1. causing feelings of ; disgusting; revolting; repulsive: a loathsome skin disease. /ˈləʊðsəm/ adjective 1. causing loathing; abhorrent adj. c.1300, “foul, detestable,” from loath in its older, stronger sense + -some (1). Related: Loathsomely; loathsomeness.
[lohvz] /loʊvz/ noun 1. plural of 1 . [lohf] /loʊf/ noun, plural loaves [lohvz] /loʊvz/ (Show IPA) 1. a portion of bread or cake baked in a mass, usually oblong with a rounded top. 2. a shaped or molded mass of food, as of sugar or chopped meat: a veal loaf. 3. British. /ləʊvz/ noun […]
- Loaves and fishes
A miracle that Jesus performed; the Gospels record several instances of this miracle, with small differences in details. In the best known, Jesus was preaching to a crowd of thousands who grew hungry and needed to be fed, but only five loaves and two fishes could be found. He blessed the food and then commanded […]
[lob] /lɒb/ verb (used with object), lobbed, lobbing. 1. Tennis. to hit (a ball) in a high arc to the back of the opponent’s court. 2. to fire (a missile, as a shell) in a high trajectory so that it drops onto a target. 3. Cricket. to bowl (the ball) with a slow underhand motion. […]