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laborious
demanding much work or care, tedious
laceration
torn, ragged wound
lackadaisacal
lacking purpose or zest, halfhearted, languid
languid
weary, sluggish, listless
languish
lose animation, lose strength
languor
lassitude, depression
lap
take in food or drink w/ one's tongue, splash gently
larder
pantry, place where food is kept
largess
generous gift
lassitude
languor, weariness
latitude
freedom from narrow limitations
lax
careless
leaven
cause to ruse or grow lighter, enliven
lechery
lustfulness, impurity in thought and deed
leery
suspiscious, cautious
legacy
gift made by a will
legerdemain
sleight of hand
levy
impose (a fine), collect (a payment)
liasion
contact keeping parts of an organization in communication, go between, secret love affair
libretto
text of an opera
licentious
amoral, lewd, lascivious
lilliputian
extremely small
limber
flexible
limpid
clear
linchpin
something hold or links various parts together
liniment
ointment, lotion, salve
lionize
treat as a celebrity
liquidate
settle accounts, clearup
list
tilt, lean over
litany
supplicatory prayer
livid
lead colored, black and blue, enraged
loath
reluctant, disinclined
loll
lounge about
loom
appear to take shape (usually in an enlarged or distorted form)
lope
gallop slowly
lout
clumsy person
low
moo
lull
moment of calm
lull
soothe, cause one to relax one's guard, subisde
lumber
move heavily or clumsily
luminary
celebrity, dignitary
lummox
big clumsy, often stupid, person