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Vocabulary Words Starts With “L”

Hello friends, as you know that the how English language is important in our life regarding our career and we always ready to learn new words in this language to improve our vocabulary.

If you are searching the words which are starting from the letter ‘L’ with their meaning then this page is for you. Because here we are providing you the word that starts with letter ‘L’ with their meaning and also with a suitable example.

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Labour

Any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted

More labour is entailed, more time is required, greater delay is occasioned in cleaning up, and the amount of water used is much greater.

Laggard

Someone who takes more time than necessary, someone who lags behind

Corporate data centers are the slowpoke laggards of information technology.

Lancet

A surgical knife with a pointed double-edged blade, used for punctures and small incisions

His left arm was held by the second physician, while the chief surgeon bent over it, lancet in hand.

Languid

Lacking spirit or liveliness

Many viewers, bored by the languid pace of the show, tuned out early.

Larder

A small storeroom for storing foods or wines

Mr. Goncalves’s larder holds staples like beefsteak, salt cod, sardines, olives, artichokes, hot and sweet peppers and plenty of garlic.

Largesse

Liberality in bestowing gifts, extremely liberal and generous of spirit

After being saved by government largesse, they say, big banks then moved to thwart reforms aimed at preventing future meltdowns caused by excessive risk-taking.

Latitude

Freedom from normal restraints in conduct

Great employees often get more latitude to bring up controversial subjects in a group setting because their performance allows greater freedom.

League

An association of sports teams that organizes matches for its members

“When I broke into the big leagues until a month ago, gary kept in touch,” mets third baseman david wright said.

Level

A relative position or degree of value in a graded group

Only last month did the men’s and women’s unemployment rates reach the same level.

Levity

A manner lacking seriousness

The same balance of seriousness and levity runs through her plays, which put an absurdist spin on everyday problems.

Liberal

Having political or social views favouring reform and progress

Romney’s actually done well in open primaries where fiscally conservative yet socially liberal independents have backed him over his opponents.

Libertine

A dissolute person, usually a man who is morally unrestrained

Still, Mr. Awlaki was neither among the most conservative Muslim students nor among the libertines who tossed aside religious restrictions on drinking and sex.

Libretto

The words of an opera or musical play

In many great operas, composers have had to whittle down an epic literary work into a suitable libretto.

Lineament

The characteristic parts of a person’s face: eyes and nose and mouth and chin

The tears stood in muriel’s eyes, and her face was very pale, but serenity marked every lineament.

Livelihood

The financial means whereby one lives

With businesses shut, fields untended and fishing abandoned many have lost their livelihoods as well as their homes, our correspondent says.

Loath

(Usually followed by `to’) strongly opposed

Friends and political allies are loath to talk about her, knowing the family’s intense obsession with privacy.

Lode

A deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocks

Such local perturbations are regularly used in Sweden for tracing out the position of underground lodes of iron ore.

Lofty

Of imposing height, especially standing out above others

He found himself in an enormous hall with a lofty ceiling.

Loquacious

Full of trivial conversation

Pan soon found it needful to make conversation, in order to keep the loquacious old stage driver from talking too much.

Lout

An awkward stupid person

But this question was beyond the poor lout’s intelligence; he could only blubber and fend off possible chastisement.

Luminary

A celebrity who is an inspiration to others

Founded in 1947, the group’s members have included such luminaries as walt disney, spencer tracy and another American president, Ronald Reagan.

Luxuriant

Produced or growing in extreme abundance

Her luxuriant curly hair, restrained by no net, but held together simply by a flowering spray, waved over her shoulders in all its rich abundance.

 

 

 

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