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loafer a person who is lazy or idle. [2 definitions]
loam a rich, easily crumbled soil made up of silt, sand, clay, and organic matter. [2 definitions]
loan that which is lent or borrowed. [5 definitions]
loanable combined form of loan.
loaner one who lends something. [2 definitions]
loan shark (informal) one who lends money at unreasonably high and sometimes illegal rates of interest, esp. one who is supported by gangsters; usurer.
loanshift a change or addition in the meaning of a word through the influence of a foreign word. [2 definitions]
loanword a word that one language has adopted from another and at least partly naturalized.
loath extremely reluctant; unwilling.
loathe to dislike extremely; hate; abhor.
loathing very strong dislike; hatred; abhorrence.
loathsome extremely unpleasant or disagreeable; disgusting; abhorrent.
loaves pl. of loaf1.
lob to hit or throw (a ball or the like) in a high, often slow arc. [2 definitions]
lobar of a lobe or lobes, as of one in the lungs.
lobate possessing a lobe or lobes; lobed. [2 definitions]
lobation the formation of or condition of having lobes. [2 definitions]
lobby a hall or foyer inside the entrance of a hotel, theater, or other large building, often used as a waiting room. [5 definitions]
lobbyist one who attempts, on behalf of a special interest group, to influence the way legislators vote.
lobe a rounded projection, such as that at the base of the ear. [2 definitions]
lobed having or formed as a lobe or lobes. [2 definitions]