Cut and longtail, all, gentlefolks and others, as they might come. Shak.

(Long"-tongue`) n. (Zoöl.) The wryneck.

(Long"-tongued`) a.

1. Having a long tongue.

2. Talkative; babbling; loquacious. Shak.

(Lon"gu*lite) n. [L. longus long + -lie.] (Min.) A kind of crystallite having a (slender) acicular form.

(Long"-waist`ed) a.

1. Having a long waist; long from the armpits to the bottom of the waist; — said of persons.

2. Long from the part about the neck or shoulder, or from the armpits, to the bottom of the weist, or to the skirt; — said of garments; as, a long-waisted coat.

(Long"ways`) adv. Lengthwise. Addison.

(Long"-wind"ed) a. Long- breathed; hence, tediously long in speaking; consuming much time; as, a long-winded talker.Long"-wind"ed*ness, n.

A tedious, long-winded harangue.

(Long"wise`) adv. Lengthwise.

(Loo) n. [For older lanterloo, F. lanturelu, lanturlu, name of the game; orig., the refrain of a vaudeville.] (a) An old game played with five, or three, cards dealt to each player from a full pack. When five cards are used the highest card is the knave of clubs or (if so agreed upon) the knave of trumps; — formerly called lanterloo. (b) A modification of the game of "all fours" in which the players replenish their hands after each round by drawing each a card from the pack.

Loo table, a round table adapted for a circle of persons playing loo.

(Loo) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Looed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Looing.] To beat in the game of loo by winning every trick. [Written also lu.] Goldsmith.

(Loob) n. [Corn., slime, sludge.] (Mining) The clay or slimes washed from tin ore in dressing.

(Loo"bi*ly) a. [From Looby.] Loobylike; awkward. Fuller.

(Loo"bi*ly), adv. Awkwardly. L'Estrange.

(Loo"by) n.; pl. Loobies [Cf. Lob.] An awkward, clumsy fellow; a lubber. Swift.

(Looch) n. See 2d Loch.

(Loof) n. (Bot.) The spongelike fibers of the fruit of a cucurbitaceous plant (Luffa Ægyptiaca); called also vegetable sponge.

A longtail was a gentleman's dog, or the dog of one qualified to bunt, other dogs being required to have their tails cut.

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