[lou-ree] /ˈlaʊ ri/
(Clarence) Malcolm (Boden)
[bohd-n] /ˈboʊd n/ (Show IPA), 1909–57, U.S. novelist, born in England.
a male given name, form of .
another name for lory
L(awrence) S(tephen). 1887–1976, English painter, noted for his bleak northern industrial scenes, often containing primitive or stylized figures
(Clarence) Malcolm. 1909–57, British novelist and writer, best known for his semiautobiographical novel Under the Volcano (1947)
[adjective, adverb lohs; verb lohz] /adjective, adverb loʊs; verb loʊz/ British Dialect adjective, lowser, lowsest, adverb, verb, lowsed, lowsing. 1. . /laʊz; laʊs/ adjective 1. loose verb 2. (transitive) to release; loose 3. (intransitive) to finish work 4. lowsing time, the time at which work or school finishes; knocking-off time
[loh-spir-i-tid] /ˈloʊˈspɪr ɪ tɪd/ adjective 1. depressed; dejected: He is feeling rather low-spirited today. adjective 1. depressed, dejected, or miserable
[loh-sahyd] /ˈloʊˌsaɪd/ noun 1. (in medieval English churches) a window set in the outside wall, permitting the interior to be seen from the outside.
noun 1. the first Sunday after Easter. noun 1. the Sunday after Easter