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lament
v. grieve; express sorrow
lampoon
v. ridicule
languid
adj. weary; sluggish
languish
v. lose animation; lose strength
languor
n. lassitude; depression
lap
v. take in food or drink with one's tongue; splash gently
larceny
n. theft
larder
n. pantry; place where food is kept
largess
n. generous gift
lassitude
n. languor; weariness
latent
adj. potential but undeveloped; dormant; hidden
lateral
adj. coming from the side
latitude
n. freedom from narrow limitations
laud
v. praise
lavish
adj. generous; openhanded; extravagant; wasteful
lax
adj. careless
leaven
v. cause to rise or grow lighter; enliven
lecherous
adj. lustful; impure in thought and deed
leery
adj. suspicious; cautious
legacy
n. a gift made by a will
legend
n. explanatory list of symbols on a map
legerdemain
n. sleight of hand
leniency
n. mildness; permissiveness
lethal
adj. deadly
lethargic
adj. drowsy; dull
levitate
v. float in the air (especially by magical means)
levity
n. lack of seriousness; lightness
levy
v. impose (a fine); collect (a payment)
lewd
adj. lustful
lexicographer
n. compiler of a dictionary
lexicon
n. dictionary
liability
n. drawback; debts
liaison
n. contact keeping parts of an organization in communication; go-between; secret love affair
libel
n. defamatory statement; act of writing somethign that smears a person's character
liberator
n. one who sets free
libretto
n. text of an opera
licentious
adj. amoral; lewd and lascivious; unrestrained
lilliputian
adj. extremely small
limber
adj. flexible
limerick
n. humorous short verse
limpid
adj. clear; transparent
linchpin
n. something that holds or links various parts together
lineage
n. descent; ancestry
linger
v. loiter or dawdle; continue or persist
linguistic
adj. pertaining to language
liniment
n. ointment; lotion; salve
lionize
v. treat as a celebrity
liquidate
v. settle accounts; clear up
list
v. tilt; lean over
listless
adj. lacking in spirit or energy
litany
n. supplicatory prayer
lithe
adj. flexible; supple
litigation
n. lawsuit
livid
adj. lead-colored; black and blue; enraged
loath
adj. reluctant; disinclined
loathe
v. detest
lofty
adj. very high
log
n. record of a voyage or flight; record of a day to day activities
loiter
v. hang around; linger
loll
v. lounge about; laze around
longevity
n. long life
loom
v. appear or take shape (usually in enlarged or distorted form)
lope
v. gallop slowly
loquacious
adj. talkative
lout
n. clumsy person