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lubricate to coat or supply with grease, oil, or another slippery substance.
luck the force believed to guide things which seem to happen to a person by chance. [2 definitions]
luckily by good fortune.
lucky resulting from or having good fortune.
lug1 to pull, lift, or carry with a great effort.
luggage suitcases, boxes, and bags for carrying one's things on trips; baggage.
lukewarm only slightly warm; tepid. [2 definitions]
lull to calm or cause to sleep. [2 definitions]
lullaby a song sung to put a child to sleep.
lumber1 logs cut into boards or beams for use in building.
lumber2 to move in a heavy, clumsy way.
lumberjack a person whose work is to cut down trees and deliver them to a lumber mill.
luminous giving off light; glowing.
lump a small mass or pile with no special shape; hunk. [4 definitions]
lunar of or having to do with the moon.
lunch a meal eaten in the middle of the day, or any light meal during the day. [2 definitions]
luncheon a special meal served at lunch time.
lung one of two organs in the chest that are used in breathing. Lungs are found in mammals, birds, reptiles, and some other animals. They bring oxygen to the body and get rid of carbon dioxide.
lunge a sudden movement toward something; thrust, leap, or dive. [2 definitions]
lurch1 a sudden sideways motion, as of a boat. [4 definitions]
lure something that attracts or tempts by promising some reward. [3 definitions]