[adjective, adverb lohs; verb lohz] /adjective, adverb loʊs; verb loʊz/ British Dialect
adjective, lowser, lowsest, adverb, verb, lowsed, lowsing.
(transitive) to release; loose
(intransitive) to finish work
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
[adjective loh-tahr; noun loh-tahr] /adjective ˈloʊˈtɑr; noun ˈloʊˌtɑr/ adjective 1. (of cigarettes or tobacco) containing less tar than usual or standard. noun 2. a cigarette, blend of tobacco, etc., containing a relatively low amount of tar.