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look up to to respect; admire.
loom1 a device or machine for weaving cloth.
loom2 to appear or come into view, often as a very large, dim, or twisted shape. [2 definitions]
loon1 a large black and white water bird with a call that sounds like a loud laugh.
loop the rounded shape made when a piece of string, ribbon, or rope is folded back on itself. [5 definitions]
loose not joined or attached tightly; free. [6 definitions]
loose-leaf made to hold sheets of paper that can be removed.
loosen to undo or release. [2 definitions]
loot valuables taken by force in a war; spoils. [4 definitions]
lope to trot or run gracefully and easily with long steps; to ride a horse at this gait. [2 definitions]
lopsided having one side that is larger or heavier than the other; uneven.
lord a person who rules. [3 definitions]
lorry a British word for a large vehicle used for transporting goods or materials. Lorry has the same meaning as truck.
Los Angeles a city in the U.S. state of California, on the Pacific Ocean.
lose to no longer have; be unable to find; misplace. [5 definitions]
lose one's balance to become unsteady or fall.
lose one's shirt to lose all that one owns.
loss a failure to keep or continue. [5 definitions]
lost no longer possessed or not able to be found. [7 definitions]
lost and found a place where lost things are kept until the owner comes for them or until they are finally disposed of.
lost in the shuffle forgotten, ignored, or lost in the general confusion.