[luh-bot-uh-mahyzd, loh-] /ləˈbɒt əˌmaɪzd, loʊ-/
Surgery. having undergone a lobotomy.
[luh-bot-uh-mahyz, loh-] /ləˈbɒt əˌmaɪz, loʊ-/
verb (used with object), lobotomized, lobotomizing.
to perform a on.
to make (someone or something) abnormally tranquil or sluggish.
(informal) apathetic, sluggish, and zombie-like
1943; see lobotomy + -ize. Related: Lobotomized.
[luh-bot-uh-mee, loh-] /ləˈbɒt ə mi, loʊ-/ noun, plural lobotomies. Surgery. 1. the operation of cutting into a lobe, as of the brain or the lung. 2. . /ləʊˈbɒtəmɪ/ noun (pl) -mies 1. a surgical incision into a lobe of any organ 2. Also called prefrontal leucotomy. a surgical interruption of one or more nerve tracts […]
[lob-skous] /ˈlɒb skaʊs/ noun 1. a stew of meat, potatoes, onions, ship biscuit, etc. /ˈlɒbˌskaʊs/ noun 1. a sailor’s stew of meat, vegetables, and hardtack
[lob-ster] /ˈlɒb stər/ noun, plural (especially collectively) lobster (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) lobsters. 1. any of various large, edible, marine, usually dull-green, stalk-eyed decapod crustaceans of the family Homaridae, especially of the genus Homarus, having large, asymmetrical pincers on the first pair of legs, one used for crushing and the […]
[lob-ster-bak] /ˈlɒb stərˌbæk/ noun, (esp. during the American Revolution) 1. .