Lowing to Lyssa

Lowing, n. Low, moo, bellowing, cry of cattle.

Lowliness, n.

    1.—Humility, humbleness, meekness, self-abasement, submissiveness.
    2. Lowness, meanness, abjectness.

Lowly, a.

    1. Low.
    2. Humble.
    3. Mean, low.
    4. Modest, unpretending, meek, humble, mild.

Low-minded, a. Base-minded, base, mean, servile, vile, grovelling, slavish, abject, low.

Low-priced, a. Low, cheap.

Low-spirited, a. Dispirited, dejected, depressed, disheartened, discouraged, down-hearted, desponding, cast down.

Low spirits. Dejection, dejectedness, depression, despondency, hypochondria, melancholy, hypochondriasis.

Loyal, a. Faithful, true, devoted, constant.

Loyalty, n. Allegiance, fealty, fidelity, faithfulness, constancy.

Lozenge, n.

    1. Rhomb, rhombus, oblique-angled parallelogram (with equal sides), diamond.
    2. Troche.

Lubber, n. Clown, boor, lout, clumsy fellow, awkward fellow.

Lubberly, a. Clumsy, awkward, clownish, bungling.

Lubric, Lubrical, a.

    1. Slippery, smooth.
    2. Wavering, unsteady, uncertain.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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