Old English sb English
Liar nOne who intentionally speaks falsely and deceptively; one giving to lying.
LibnMedicine, drugs, medication, libb (other spelling). 2. a charm, potion.
Lib vbTo castrate, geld, maim.
Libbed adjCastrated, gelded, maimed.
Libbing nThe act or procedure of gelding, castrating, maiming.
Libcraft nSkill in medicine and healing.
Licham nOE. lich: body & ham: shape, covering, garment. It has been suggested that the word was poetical describing the body as a " fleshly garment" of the soul. 2. the body, the living body, also body as a seat of desire and appetite. 3. a dead body, corpse, cadaver, deceasant.
Lichamly adj.Bodily, of the nature of the body, of or pertaining to the body; carnal. 2. in a bodily manner, in the flesh.
Lich nThe living body; also the trunk, as opposed to the limb. 2. corpse, dead body.
Lich-bell n.Bell held in hand, and rung before or as the coffin is brought into the church.
Liche nForm, figure, shape, guise.
Lich-gate nThe roofed gateway to a churchyard which the corpse is set down, to await the clergyman's arrival.
Lich-house nMortuary, morgue, funeral parlour, undertaker's (home).
Lichless adjWithout a dead body or corpse.
Lich-owl n.The Screech-owl, so called because its cry was supposed to portent death in an hour.
Lich-wake nThe funeral feast or the waking, or watching of a corpse all night long.
Lichwale nA plant, the gromwell.
Lichway nThe path by which a funeral is conveyed to church, which infrequently deviates from the ordinary road. It was long supposed that wherever a body passed became a public thoroughfare.
Lichwort n.Peritoria or Parietaria officinalis, also sometimes spelt: "lychewort"
Lichy adv.Like a body, deathly, mournful.
Lick nA stroke of the tongue over something; the act of licking; a stroke of the tongue. 2. a stroke or blow. 3. as much as can be taken up by one stroke of the tongue; the amount of some substance obtainable with a single lick.. 3. slang: a blow. 4. slang: a brief, brisk burst of activity or energy; speed. 5. slang: a quick pace or clip; speed; a quick and careless application of anything, as if by a stroke of the tongue, or of something which acts like a tongue, as lick of paint.' 6. slang: a small amount: 'I haven't done a lick of work all week.' 7. a place where animals lick minerals from the ground. 8. a small watercourse or ephemeral stream. It ranks between a rill and a stream. 10. (colloquial) a bit., as a lick of sense. 11. (music) a short motif, as 'some good blues licks in this solo.'
Lick vbTo pass the tongue over the surface of, as to moisten, taste, or eat (often followed by up, off, from, etc.): to lick a postage stamp. 2. to beat, annihilate. 3. to make, or cause to become, by stroking with the tongue: to lick a spoon clean. 4. of waves, flames, etc - to pass or play lightly over: "the flame licked the dry timber." 5. to hit or beat, especially as a punishment; thrash; whip. 6. to overcome or defeat, as in a fight, game, or contest. 7. to outdo or surpass. 8. to move quickly or lightly.
Lick phr"At Full or great Lick" - at great speed.
Lick phr"It Licks Me" - I can't explain.
Lick phr"Last Licks" - a final turn or opportunity; chance.
Lick phr"Lick Clean" - to lick free from.
Lick phrLick It" - to run or move at full speed.
Lick phr"Lick Into Fits" - to defeat thoroughly.
Lick phr Lick Into Shape" - to bring to completion, proper standards or perfection through discipline, efficiency, organization, hard work, etc. 2. to give form and regularity to. 3. to mold, make presentable (as a bear with her cubs.)
Lick phr"Lick Off" - remove by licking, as chocolate, jam, etc.
Lick phr"Lick One's Fingers" - relish or delight at taste morsels of food.
Lick phr"Lick One's Knife" - of a person: parsimonious.
Lick phr"Lick One's Shoes" - to curry favr, to be abjectly servile, be a lickspittle.
Lick phr"Lick One's Lips" - to anticipate with eagerness or anticipation..
Lick phr"Lick One's Winning" - to make the best of a bargain.
Lick phr"Lick One's Wounds" - to try and heal one's injuries, or soothe one feelings hurt by defeat or setback. 2. to adjust to defeat. 3. comfort oneself (immediately) after suffering discomfort or pain.
Lick phr"Lick Out" - to remove (from a container)by licking
Lick phrLick Over" - to take in or up by licking.
Lick phr"Lick Somebody's Shoes/Arse" - to toady to someone one hopes to please or conciliate,, esp. somebody ranking as one's superior or somebody one fears.. 2. behave in a servile way.
Lick phr"Lick Something Into Shape" - make something better.
Lick phr"Lick the Dust" - to fall prostate. 2. be vanquished; be excessively servile.
Lick phr"Lick the Fat From One's Head" - to cheat someone of his or her gains.
Lick phr"Lick the Ground (shoes)" - an expression of abject servility.
Lick phr"Lick Up" - to lap up; take up into the mouth by licking, as a cat does. 2. devour greedily.
Lick phr"Lick Whole" - to heal a wound by licking.
Licked adjStroked by the tongue.
Licker nOne who licks or passes their tongue over surface of something, to taste or eat food, moisten, as a stamp. 2. the tongue (the licker.)
Lickerish adjFond of and eager for choice food. 2. pleasant to the palate. 3. sweet, tempting, attractive. of a cook: skillful in preparing dainties. 4. greedy longing. 5. lustful, lecherous.
Lickerish-lips nSweet, attractive tempting lips.
Lickerish-ness nThe quality of being lickerish
Lick-finger nA cook (slang.)
Lick-foot nOne who is servile, grovelling, sycophant; abject toady. 2. a lick-spittle.
Licking phrThe act of licking or lapping. 2. a lapping with the tongue; lambasting. 3. a castigation; a defeat.
Lick-ladle nA parasite; a lick-dish.
Lickpot nName of the first finger.
Licks nA critical or complaining remark. * "last licks" - a final turn or opportunity; chance.
Lickspittle nSycophant, abject toady. 2. a contemptible fawning person; a servile flatterer.
Licky adjProne to licking.
Lid nThat which covers an opening at the top of a vessel or closes the mouth of an aperture. 2. the hinged upper part of a receptacle. 3. the cover to a box, coffer (with or without a hinge) 4. etc. the top crust of a pie. 5. a lid of an eye: an eyelid. 6. each of the covers of a book. 7. a hat (slang).
Lid phr"Blow the Lid Off." - anything, such as newsworthy story or article, revealed or exposed; a revelation, expose.
Lid phr"Keep the Lid On (Something)" - keep the matter under control.
Lid phr"Lid of the Knee" - the patella.
Lid phr"Blow the Lid Off." - disclose anything, such as newsworthy story or article, revealed or exposed; a revelation, expose.
Lid phr "Put the (Tin) Lid On." - to bring to a close or climax; to hush up; bring to an end often in an unpleasant way..
Lidded adjHaving a lid or covered with a lid. 2. of the eyes: having lids, covered by lids, such as " heavy-lidded, high-lidded: (eyes wide open."
Lidding nThe material used to come and close a container. 2. the act of putting a lid on something.
Lide adj.OE. noisy, noisily, loud.
Lide n.The month of March.
Lid-gate n.A swing gate, a gate set up between a meadow or pasture and ploughed land or a door to prevent cattle straying onto a highway.
Lidless adj.Without, or not having, a lid. 2. of the eyes: without lids - ever-watchful (poet).
Lidlessness nThe absence of a lid.
Lid-lifter nThe game of the season played in any sport.
Lidlike adjResembling or characteristic of a lid.
Lidlock nIn medicine a specialized instrument used to hold a patient's eye(s) open.
Lie n.A false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood. Synonyms: prevarication, falsification. 2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression. 3. an inaccurate or false statement; a falsehood. 4. the charge or accusation of telling a lie. 5. the act of speaking falsely or utterance of an untruth knowingly, as with intention to deceive; a fib, prevarication. 6. expression of what is untrue, false.
Lie vbTo speak falsely or utter untruth knowingly, as with intent to deceive; to prevaricate, to fib. 2. to express what is false; convey a false impression. 2. to bring about or affect by lying (often used reflexively): to lie oneself out of a difficulty; accustomed to lying his way out of difficulties.
Lie vb.To lay down. 2. to be in a horizontal, recumbent, or prostrate position, as on a bed or the ground; recline. 2. (of objects) to rest in a horizontal or flat position. 3. to be or remain in a position or state of inactivity, subjection, restraint, concealment, etc.: to lie in ambush. 4. to rest, press, or weigh (usually followed by on or upon): "These things lie upon my mind." 5. to depend (usually followed by on or upon).
Lie n.The manner, relative position, or direction in which something lies: the lie of the patio; place, location, site. 2. the haunt or covert of an animal.
Lie phr"A Lie Has No Feet" - Because it s a lie it cannot stand alone, needs others to lie further to support it and can trip up the perpetrator easily.
Lie phr"As Far as In Me Lies" - to the best of my power.
Lie phr"Father of Lies" - Satan, the devil, Lucifer.
Lie phr"Give Lie To" - to accuse of lying; contradict. 2. to prove wrong, refute or imply the falsity or falseness of something; belie: His poor work gives the lie to his claims of experience.
Lie phr"Give One the Lie" - to accuse someone in person of telling lies.
Lie phr"Let Lie" - not raise.
Lie phr"Let Sleeping Dogs Lie" - to refrain from introducing debatable points in a discussion.
Lie phr"Lie Aback" - to be shy, backward, reluctant.
Lie phr"Lie Abed" - one who is not a an early riser.
Lie phr"Lie Abroad" - to lodge or live out or one's home or abode. 2. to reside in a foreign country.
Lie phr"Lie Ahead" - be going to happen; be in store.
Lie phr"Lie Along" - to be prostate or at full length. 2. to be outstretched. 3. to extend along a surface.
Lie phr"Lie At" - importune, urge upon. 2. to apply one self vigorously and steadily to.
Lie phr"Lie at Anchor" - be anchored or moored offshore.
Lie phr"Lie at Death's Door" - be at the point of death; close to dying.
Lie phr"Lie At One's Door" - to be directly one's responsibility or blameworthy.

2. bear the blame, responsibility, guilt for something.

Lie phr"Lie At (One's) Heart" - to be the object of one's affections or desire.
Lie phr"Lie At Ward" - to be on guard.
Lie phr"Lie Awake" - be unable to sleep though having gone to bed for that purpose.
Lie phr"Lie Back" - move back or lie so that one is supported on a bed; by the back of a chair. 2. to lie down from a sitting position. 3. to relax, to exert less effort.
Lie phr"Lie Back and Think of England" - advice supposedly formerly given to women before sexual intercourse with their husbands. (often associated with the Victorians, though not attested until later). "think of England" refers to the importance of children. 2. idiomatic humorous figuratively - used to preface any unpleasant but inevitable experience.
Lie phr"Lie Before" - what might confront, lie ahead or happen to one in the future. 2. to put oneself at the whim of. 3. to bow down to. 4. (esp. of something honorific) to be situated, bowing or prostrate, before.
Lie phr"Lie Behind" - be an explanation for. 2. be cause of.
Lie phr"Lie Beyond" - to be located on the other side of something or someone or a group. 2. to be outside the grasp or the ability of someone or a group.
Lie phr"Lie By" - a pausing for rest; stopping of activities, work, etc., temporarily. 2. concubine, mistress.
Lie phr"Lie Down" - be, move into, a horizontal position on a bed in order to rest or sleep. 2. to assume a horizontal or prostrate position, as for the purpose of resting. 2. accept failure.
Lie phr"Lie Down Under" - accept without protestor resistance.
Lie phr"Lie Hard Or Heavy On" - to oppress, or burden.
Lie phr"Lie Heavy (at Heart)" - to cause one to suffer great anxiety.
Lie phr"Lie Heavily Upon" - to oppress, harass.
Lie phr"Lie In" - to be confined to bed in childbirth. 2. to stay in bed longer than usual, especially in the morning. 3. to rest.
Lie phr"Lie In Dust" - to be in ruins.
Lie phr"Lie In One's Hands" - to be responsible for doing.
Lie phr"Lie In One's Way" - be a hindrance.
Lie phr "Lie Low?" - to hide, stay out the way of harm or capture.
Lie phr"Lie Off" - (of a ship) - to stand some distance from the shore or another watercraft.
Lie phr"Lie Of the Land" - particulars of a given situation. 2. the current state of affairs.
Lie phr"Lie On" - to be laid on.
Lie phr"Lie On Hand" - to remain, unsold.
Lie phr"Lie Open" - reveal.
Lie phr"Lie Over" - to be postponed, deferred, remain unpaid or held over or await attention or action at some future time: 'The other business on the agenda will have to lie over until the next meeting.
Lie phr"Lie Through One's Teeth" - "Lie In One's Throat/Teeth" - to lie grossly, blatantly, brazenly or maliciously.
Lie phr"Lie To" - deceive by lies and falsehoods.
Lie phr "Lie To" - of a ship: to lie comparatively stationary, usually with the head as near the wind as possible. 2. have halted, be anchored, anchor.
Lie phr"Lie Under" - to be subject to some disadvantage or obligation.
Lie phr"Lie Up" - to lie at rest; stay in bed; refrain from work owing to illness. 2. of a ship: to dock or remain in dock. 3. to be laid out for burial. 4. hide; go into hiding in order to escape enemies, pursuers.
Lie phr"Lie Upon" - lie upon the prosecution to prove that the defendant is guilty. 2. to importune; urge, solicit. 3. to lie upon a bed.
Lie phr"Lie With" - to have sexual relations with; to copulate. 2. be responsible for.
Lie phr"Lie With One's Fathers" - to be buried in one's native place or with one's ancestors.
Lie phr"Little White Lie" - an innocent lie told to avoid or stop hurting the feelings of another.
Lie phr"Live a Lie" - pursue a dishonest and false way of life.
Lie phr"Make One's Bed and Lie On It" - one has to bear the consequences of one's actions.
Lie phr"Take Lying Down" - to hear or yield without protest, contradiction, or resistance.
Lie phr"Take Something Lying Down" - accept something without protest, or argument.
Lie phr"Tell a White Lie" - a innocent or lie of convenience.
Lie phr"Without Lie" - truly, truthfully, without falsehood.
Lie-abed nA person who stays in bed until a relatively late hour.
Lie-by nA concubine; mistress.
Lied-like adjResembling a German folksong (lede) and like or some aspect of it.
Lie-down nA rest, have a short sleep or rest.
Lief n.Belief; love. 2. a beloved; a dear one, a sweetheart, a friend; occasionally, a wife
Lief adj.Beloved, dear, dearly loved, agreeable, precious. 2. desirous, wishful, willing, glad. 3. willing; freely; as willing as not.
Lief advWilling; freely; as willing as not.
Lief phr"Lief and Dear" - beloved and dear.
Lief phr"Lief and Loath" - loved and detested.
Lief phr"Lief to Me" - dear to me.
Liefer advMore glad or willingly.
Liefly adv.Lovable, lovely, pleasantly, dear, applied to both persons and things.
Liefness n.Dearness, pleasantness.
Liefsome adjAgreeable, pleasant, delightful.
Lie-giver nOne who lies or speaks falsehoods.
Lie-giving nThe act of telling lies.
Lie-hating nOne who hates liars and lying.
Lie-in nA prolonged stay in bed in the morning.
Lie-monger nOne who peddles lies and deception, a liemonger; a malicious rumor-monger; a monger of lies.
Lier nA person or thing that lies, as in wait for an ambush.
Lie-up nStaying in bed to rest or recuperate during and after an illness.
Lie-upon nTo be incumbent upon. 2. to be up to someone. 3. to be obligatory upon.
Life nThe state of being alive. 2. the essence of the manifestation and the foundation of the being. 3. the subjective and inner manifestation of the individual. 4. the essence of God. 5. the world in general, existence. 6. a worthwhile existence.

7. something inherently part of a person's existence. 8. a life sentence. 9. duration (of life). 10. one of the player's chances to play.

Life phr"All My Life" - during one's life; denoting the most important events of its kind in one's life
Life phr"Another Life" - the state of existence after death.
Life phr"Breathe Life Into" - enliven, invigorate; the breath of life.
Life phr"Breathe of Life" - something that enlivens, invigorates.
Life phr"Bring to Life" - to resuscitate, to revive someone apparently dead.
Life phr"Cannot For the Life of Me" - I just cannot.
Life phr"Come To Life" - come alive (of something non-living.). 2. awake of somebody sleeping; regaining consciousness. 3. revive; to recover from a faint.
Life phr"Do Of Life-day" - to kill.
Life phr"Drawn From Life" - examples taken from one's own life experiences.
Life phr"For Dear Life" - very quickly, and usually in desperation.
Life phr"For Life" - for the remaining part of one's life. 2. lasting a lifetime.
Life phr"Love One More Than For Life Itself" - prepare to give one's life for a loved one or friend, especially a child.
Life phr"For My Dear Life" - very energetically; very quickly, somewhat desperately.
Life phr"For One's Life" - extremely desperately.
Life phr"For the Life" - as if one's life depended on it.
Life phr"For the Life Of One/Me" - emphasizes or underline one's inability to do something (even if one's life depended on it).
Life phr"Give Life to" - to bring into active use. 2. to impart an impetus to.
Life phr"Give One's Life" - sacrifice one's life for.
Life phr"Have A Life Of It's Own" - of an independent existence with some characteristic of life.
Life phr"Have the Time of One's Life" - have a very enjoyable time. 2. have a time so good that in remain dear in your memory.
Life phr"How's Life" - how are you going.
Life phr"It's a Great life, If You Don't Weaken" - an ironic comment on the difficulties of one's life.
Life phr"Lay down One's Life" - to give one's life for the sake of others.
Life phr"Lead a Cat and Dog Life" - have an life lacking tranquility, a worrying life.
Life phr"Lead a Dog's Life" - have an unpeaceful, worrying life.
Life phr"Leave this World" - die, depart, pass away.
Life phr"Leese One's Life-dawes" - to die.
Life phr"Life after Death" - The state of life after death. 2. an existence of life in heaven.
Life phr"Life and Death" - desperate situation; something very critical.
Life phr"Life and Limb" - one's survival and/or preservation from accident and injury.
Life phr"Life and Soul" - with total commitment.
Life phr"Life and Work" - a biography combined with the study of the writing of the subject.
Life phr"Life Begins at Forty" - people of forty are mature but still fit, will generally have established their values, be freer from emotional, and financial and career problem, responsibilities of child rearing.
Life phr"Life in the Fast Lane" - existence full of exciting but worthless activity.
Life phr"Life's a Bitch" - an expression of acceptance of misfortune.
Life phr"Life is Hell" - usually an assessment of, or grumble about, specific circumstances rather than expressing a pessimistic view about life in general.
Life phr"Life is Not a Bed of Roses" - life for certain people in certain circumstances etc is not easy or pleasant.
Life phr"Life is Not Worth Living" - one gets (no/little) satisfaction or pleasure , perhaps temporarily, from the way one has to live.
Life phr"Life is One Blasted Thing After Another" - life is a succession of tiresome incidents, duties etc.
Life phr"Life Is Too Short (to do this or that)" - no part of one's life should be wasted on something (in the speaker's opinion) so unnecessary, frivolous, profitless, etc.
Life phr"Life Of its Own" - an independent existence with some characteristics of life.
Life phr"Life of the Mind" - intellectual or aesthetic pursuits, scholarship. 2. the realm of the imagination.
Life phr"Live the High Life" - enjoy a luxurious lifestyle.
Life phr"Loose One's Life" - be killed.
Life phr"Not On Your Life" - definitely not!.
Life phr"One's Life and Time" - one's life including, and in relation to, contemporary conditions, events and personalities.
Life phr"On My Life" - I will answer for it by my life.
Life phr"Run for Your/One's Life" - run as quickly or fast as possible.
Life phr"See Life" - experience how other people live. 2. live or move in fast society.
Life phr"Staff of Life" - bread
Life phr"Take On a Life of It's Own" - no longer able to be controlled by anyone.
Life phr"Take One's Life in One's Own Hands" - risk death or injury by unwise decisions and actions.
Life phr"Take One's Own Life" - commit suicide.
Life phr"That's Life" - that is the way things generally occur.
Life phr"There's Life in the Old dog Yet" - one may be elderly, but is still alert and active.
Life phr"This Life" - earthy existence in contradistinction to the future life.
Life phr"This is the Life" - expression of satisfaction.
Life phr"Throw a Lifeline (to Somebody)" - help somebody having (financial) difficulties.
Life phr"Time Of One's Life" - a very happy and enjoyable time.
Life phr"To the Life" - with life-like presentation or resemblance of the origin. 2. with fidelity to nature; in exact reproduction; exactly resemblancing, facsimile.
Life phr"Tree of Life" - the tree arborvitae.
Life phr"True to Life" - real, closely resembling.
Life phr"Upon One's Life" - to be on a capital charge.
Life phr"Walk of Life" - one's occupation, social background.
Life phr"Where's There's Life There's Hope" - do not despair even at a time of great difficulty, for there's always hope things will get better.
Life-after-death adjOf life after death. 2. of existence in heaven.
Life-and-death adjVitally important; desperate.
Life-bearing adjSupporting, sustaining, or carrying life.
Life-belt nA life preserver in the form of a belt.
Life-blissful adjHaving a happy life.
Lifeblood nThe blood necessary to life; vital blood. 2. anything giving strength or energy or as indispensable as blood.
Lifeboat nA strong, buoyant boat used in abandoning ship, saving castaways, in a shipwreck etc.
Life-body n"Fragile, tender life-body."
Life-breath nThe breath which supports life.
Life-bringing adjBreathing life into, creating. 2. life-bringing words of The Father.
Lifecare nThe care of elderly people within a dedicated community after retirement and usually until their death.
Life-clouded adj"Not in stone or bronze but in the life-clouded tortoise-shell.
Life-craft nTherapy and treatment for those suffering health problems. 2. strategies for living; the acquisition and practice of life-skills.
Life-death nSuffering a living death.
Life-draining nExhausting or draining ofvitality.
Life-drop nA drop of one's heart's blood, as in 'life-drops dims my gory spear.'
Life-empty adj"Everyone nice, but rather spent, rather life-empty."
Life-flow n"life-flow of justice." 2. people who complain of loneliness must have lost their life-flow, like a plant whose roots have been cut.
Life-food nThe eating of foods thought beneficial to a healthy life.
Lifeful adjFull of, giving vitality; outgiving.
Lifefully advLiving life fully or to the full.
Life'ful-less nNot inhabited by living beings or capable of sustaining life. 2. lacking vitality or animation, dull.
Life'ful-ness nVitality, animated, sustaining life.
Life-giving adjSustaining or revitalizing life.
Life-hack nIn computing, the producing of an inelegant solution to a specific computer problem. 2. a solution unrelated to computers that might occur in a programmer's daily life. 3. one who life hacks.
Life-hacking adjThe action of producing an inelegant solution to a specific computer problem. 2. the experience of finding a solution unrelated to computers that might occur in a programmer's daily life.
Life-holder nOne who holds a property for life.
Life-holding adjThe act of holding a property for life.
Life-holy adjOf a holy life; holiness.
Lifehood nLivehood; means of maintaining life; sustenance.
Life-in-death nA phantom state, a condition of being or seeming to be neither alive or dead. 2. something having the appearance of the supernatural; an apparition; specter.
Life-lengthened adjlife extended by medical and life-style measures.
Lifeless adjInanimate; having no life; inert. 2. dead; departed, having lost life. 3. uninhabited, by people or animals, and incapable of supporting life. 4. dull or lacking life; torpid.
Lifelessly advWithout life or appearing to be without life.
Lifelessness nThe property of being lifeless. 2. lacking of apparent animation.
Lifelike adjLike a living being being or creature. 2. resembling life, giving an accurate representation, as a life-like portrait. 3. resembling closely.
Life-line nA line to which a drowning or falling man can cling to. 2. a means or route for transporting indispensable supplies. 3. a source of salvation in a crisis. 4. a system or structure of vital importance in a community. 5. on the deck of a boat, a line to which one can attach oneself to stay aboard in rough seas.
Lifelong adjExtending for the entire length or duration of one's life. 2. lasting one's lifetime.
Lifelore nThe knowledge of life or life experiences. 2. the study of life; biology.
Life-lost adjDays or time 'lost' of one's life through idleness, thoughtlessness or misfortune.
Life-love nThe love of one's life; a soul-mate; kindred spirit.
Lifely adjOf, pertaining to, or endured in life; living, vital, essential.
Lifeman nOne practices lifemanship.
Lifemanship nSkill in getting the edge over another, or acquiring an advantage over another person.
Lifen adjTo make lifelike.
Lifeness nThe state or quality of having life.
Life-old adjOf previous times or epochs.
Life-or-death adjOf critical importance to the survival of a living organism.
Lifepath nThe path through life, as determined by the decisions one's makes
Lifer nA prisoner sentenced to life in prison. 2. a prisoner sentenced to transportation for life. 3. a person who makes a career in the military.
Life-ring nA life-buoy.
Life-quelling adjDestructive to life
Life quick adj"Now days society is evil, it finds subtle way to the life-quick to torture, to destroy the life quick in a man."
Lifer nA prisoner sentenced to life in prison. 2. a prisoner sentenced to transportation for life. 3. a person who makes a career in the military.
Life-reaving adjThe destruction of life; killing, robbing of life.
Life-ring nA lifebuoy.
Life's end nThe time of dying; death throes.
Life's-sithe nLifetime. 2. journey.
Lifesome adjFraught with life. 2. full of animation; lively.
Lifesomely advIn a fraught manner. 2. in an animated way.
Lifespan nLifetime; period of duration of life.
Lifespring nThe spring or source of life, energy, or power.
Lifestream nAccording certain New Age beliefs, a stream of life forces associated with an individual. 2. (internet) a time-ordered stream of documents that function as a diary of one's electronic life.
Lifestreaming n(Internet) - the keeping of a life-stream diary.
Lifestring nA nerve or string supposed to be essential to life.
Life-sweet adjSweet, pleasing, endearing to the senses.
Life-thirsting adj"Life-thirsting jurymen: ready and eager to find defendants guilty of a capital offence.
Life's wet nBlood
Life's work nSee "lifework".
Life-teeming adjTeeming with, or abundant with life.
Life-table nA statistical table arranged to show the number of people in a population who will survive to a given age and the probable life expectancy of a person at that or any other age.?????
Life-threatening adjUsed to describe something that endangers the continued life of something or somebody.
Life-tide nLife time; and the fortune of life.
Lifetime nDuration of life of somebody or something. 2. a long period of time (hyperbolic.)
Life-threatening adjUsed to describe something that endangers the continued life of something or somebody.
Lifeward adjWhich leads towards life.
Lifeward advTowards life.
Lifeway nOne's pat through life. 2. a manner, lifestyle or behavior, now especially when seen as traditional.
Life-weary adjWeary and wearied by the trails and tribulations of life.
Life-wish nThe main wish or desire of a person.
Lifework nThe work of a lifetime. 2. any task, usually creative, demanding a life time's work.
Life-world n(German: lebenswelt)- all the immediate experience. 2. all the immediate experiences, activates and contact that makes up the world of individuals.
Lifeworthy adjWorthy and deserving of life. 2. able to handle or cope with life; able to live; livable.
Life-writer nA biographer.
Life-writing nBiographical writing.
Lifey adjCharacteristic of, or belonging to life. 2. lively, spirited.
Lift n.The sky, the upper regions, the air, the upper atmosphere, the heavens, the loft. 2. heaven, paradise; as lift-like: heaven-like, heavenly. 3. " The moon shines dolorous from the rainy lift." " Sweet calm moon in the moonlight lift. Borrowing may be around 1200AD.
Lift phr"Lift Off" - in space technology, rise vertical from a launching pad.
Lift phr"Lift/Stir Not a Finger to Help" - not make an effort to help
Lift phr"Lift One's Game" - raise the standard of one's performance.
Lift phr"Lift One's Hand Against" - threaten to hit somebody.
Lift phr"Lift Up" - raise physically a child, arm, leg, box. 2. stimulate or inspire spiritually.
Lift phrLift Up One's Heart, Mind and Soul" - to raise thoughts or desires. 2. to exalt encourage oneself (with pride.)
Lift phr"Lift Up One's Heels" - to hold oneself 'high'. 2. to bear or carry in an elevated position.
Lift phr"Lift Well" - of crops: to grow strong, robust and tall.
Lift phr"Thumb a Lift" - signal passing vehicles for a free ride.
Lifted adjRaised aloft, elevated, exalted. 2. (sl) stolen.
Lifter nSomeone or something that lifts or assists in lifting. 2. a spatula.
Lifter sfxAs a suffix in, shop-lifter; weight-lifter.
Lifting nA form of exercise in which weights are lifted. 2. plastic surgery for tightening facial tissues and improving the facial appearance; a facelift.
Liftless adjwithout lifts.
Lift-off nTo take off (said of an aircraft, especially a rocket to leave the ground.
Light nSomething that makes things visible or affords illumination. 2. a similar form of radiant energy that does not affect the retina, as ultraviolet or infrared rays. 3. the sensation produced by stimulation of the organs of sight. 4. an illuminating agent or source, as the sun, a lamp, or a beacon. 5. the radiance or illumination from a particular source: the light of a candle. 6. emanation from the sun.
Light adj.Having light or illumination; bright; well-lighted: the lightest room in the entire house. 2. pale, whitish, or not deep or dark in color: a light blue. 3. of coffee or tea: containing enough milk or cream to produce a light color. 4. cheer, merry, joyful
Light vb.To set burning, as a candle, lamp, fire, match, or cigarette; kindle; ignite. 2. to turn or switch on (an electric light). 3. to give light to; furnish with light or illumination; to illuminate, fill with brightness. 3. to make (an area or object) bright with or as if with light (often followed by up). 4. to cause (the face, surroundings, etc.) to brighten, especially with joy, animation, or the like (often followed by up); cheer up, give or make joyful. 5. to take fire or become kindled. 6. to ignite a cigar, cigarette, or pipe for purposes of smoking (usually followed by up). 7. to become illuminated when switched on. 8. to become bright, as with light or color (often followed by up): "the sky lights up at sunset. 9. to brighten with animation or joy, as the face or eyes (often followed by up ). 10. to give birth to, deliver a child.
Light vbTo come to by chance; alight, to settle.
Light advWith or of little weight, force, intensity, etc.; gently: to press lightly on a door bell. 2. to only a small amount or degree; slightly. 3. nimbly; quickly: to leap lightly aside. 4. with a lack of concern; indifferently; slightly: to think lightly of one's achievements. 5. cheerfully; without complaining: to take well.
Light phr"All Sweetness and Light" - apparently friendly and good tempered.
Light phr"As (of) a Light Fire" - in blaze.
Light phr"As Light as a Feather" - very light in weight.
Light phr"Before the Light" - in theatrical parlance, on the stage.
Light phr"Be a Leading Light" - be the most important person in a venture.
Light phr"Bring to Light" - to discover or reveal. 2. come to light, to be discovered, disclosed or revealed.
Light phr"Come to Light" - to be revealed, made known, made visible, known.
Light phr"Frighten the Liver and Lights Out of Someone" - to terrify, frighten to the bone.
Light phr"Get a Red Light" - be forbidden to do something.
Light phr"Give the Green Light to" - formally authorize..
Light phr"Glad and Light" - happy and free of anxiety
Light phr"Go Out Like a Light" - suddenly fall asleep or become unconscious.
Light phr"Have Light Fingers" - have a tendency to steal.
Light phr"Highlight Something" - to draw particular attention to a matter.
Light phr"In a Good Light" - under favorable circumstances.
Light phr"In Its/One's True Light" - as it actually is.
Light phr"In the Cold Light of Day/Dawn" - time when a matter is considered calmly and unemotionally.
Light phr"In (the) Light Of" - taking into account or consideration; because of; considering. 2. with the help afforded by knowledge. 3. considering information available.
Light phr"Inner Light" - inspiration.
Light phr"In (the) Light Of" - taking into account or consideration; because of; considering. 2. with the help afforded by knowledge.
Light phr"Light a Fire Under" - to motivate or encourage someone to start sooner or move faster.
Light phr"Light and Shade" - effective contrast.
Light phr"Lights Are Going Out All Over Europe" - Europe's civilization, culture etc is in decline, is about to perish or be destroyed.
Light phr"Light As a Feather" - very light, of little weight.
Light phr"Light as Thistledom" - very light in weight and gentle in movement.
Light phr"Light Dawns" - the point is grasped.
Light phr"Light In the Mouth" - a horse sensitive to the mouth
Light phr"Light in the Sky?" - a sign of great hope.
Light phr"Light Into" - (slang) - attack, assail.
Light phr"Light Of Day" - daylight, sunlight contrasted with darkness or artificial lighting; circumstances of seeing and/or being seen. 2. of being exposed to general notice or for use; the stage at which a difficulty, problem, mystery, etc becomes clarified or resolved.
Light phr"Light Of God" - Jesus Christ.
Light phr"Light Of Love" - inconstant in love; capricious or inconstant in love; wanton in love.
Light phr"Light Of One's Eye" - a much loved one.
Light phr"Light Of One's Life" - person who one most admires or loves.
Light phr"Light Of the World" - Jesus Christ.
Light phr"Light Off" - to ignite in explosion.
Light phr"Light On" - discover by chance; happen to find; light upon. ('He showed us a rare book he had lighted on/upon in a second-hand bookshop."
Light phr"Light On One's Feet" - nimble, light of walk. 2. fig. successful.
Light phr"Light On the Hill" - distant goals acting as an inspiration.
Light phr"Lights Out" - final call in army camp, school or at home for lights to be turned off.
Light phr"Light Out" - (slang) decamp, depart, go away, leave hurriedly.
Light phr"Light Someone's Fire" - to excite, turn on sexually.
Light phr"Lights Out Of" - leave, especially in a hurry, and escape from somebody.
Light phr"Light Up" - illuminate; provide with light. 2. switch on the the lights of a motor vehicle or streets lights at dusk. 3. to begin by lighting a flame to, as to smoke a cigarette. 4. make bright or flushed with emotion.
Light phr"Light Upon" - discover by chance or accident; happen to find; light upon. ('He showed us a rare book he had lighted on/upon in a second-hand bookshop."
Light phr"Make Light Of" - regard or consider something unimportant or trifling.
Light phr"Make Light Work Of" - do something with ease.
Light phr"Many Hands Make Light Work" - the task will be made easier if everybody helps.
Light phr"Northern Lights" - aurora borealis.
Light phr"On the Lighter Side" - a less serious aspect.
Light phr"Out Like A Light" - unconscious or in a deep sleep.
Light phr"Put Out One's Light" - to kill him, 'send him to outer darkness'.
Light phr"Put Out (Quench)the Light" - extinguish the vital spark (life.)
Light phr"See the Bright Lights" - show business and entertainment (area).
Light phr"See the Light" - come into the world. 2. to be brought forth or published. 3. to reach full understanding or realization. 4. to understand the real situation. 5. to be converted Christianity.
Light phr"See the Light of Day" - happen or accept; realize the merit of. 2. to be made public.
Light phr"See the Red Light" - anticipate an approaching threat or danger.
Light phr"Shed Light On" - explain, make clear, throw light on.
Light phr"Shining Light" - eminentor scholarly person.
Light phr"Shoot the Lights" - drive past traffic lights when they are red.
Light phr"Speed of Light" - vry quickly.
Light phr"Stand in One's Own Light" - act in such a way to hinder one's own advancement
Light phr"Strike a Light" - exclamation of surprise.
Light phr"Think Light Of" - consider unworthy, inferior, lacking in some way. 2. care little for.
Light phr"Throw Light Upon" - to clarify, give explanation to; shed light on; discover.
Light-beam nA beam of light/sunlight.
Light-bellied adjSmall around the abdomen,as opposed to pot-bellied.
Light-board nAn electronic console used to control the lights in a theater.
Light-boned adjOf small frame, as opposed to big-boned.
Light-box nA box containing a source of light and a white, translucent cover, used to view photographic transparencies. 2. a box containing fluorescent tubes or LED technology, used to treat people with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and circadian rhythm disorders. 3. (internet) A kind of pop-up that is overlaid across a web page while the rest of the content is dimmed. 4. (pinball) A backbox. 5. a device used in phreaking that indicates when a telephone line is in use by means of a light.
Light-brained adjDim-witted, stupid, stultish, doltish, foolish.
Light-built adjOf a small build.
Light-bringer nLucifer.
Light-eared adjReady to listen; credulous.
Lighted adjKindled; illuminated.
Light elf nAny one of a race of elves who lives above ground and are radiant.
Lighten vbTo become lighter or less dark; brighten: "the sky lightened after the storm." 2. to brighten or light up, as the eyes or features. 3. to flash as or like lightning: "it thundered and lightened for hours." 4. (archaic). to shine, gleam, or be bright. 5. to give light to; illuminate. 6. to brighten (the eyes, features, etc.). 7. to make lighter or less dark. 8. obsolete: en-lighten. 9. obs. to flash or emit like lightning (usually followed by out, forth, or down). 10. to make light of, despise, disparage, disdain.
Lighten phr"Lighten Up" - to be less serious, relaxed and more cheerful or casual.
Lightener nThat which lightens.
Lightening nDrop in the level of the womb during the last weeks of pregnancy as the head of the fetus engages in the pelvis.
Lightening phr"Lightening Before Death" - exhilaration or revival of the spirits which is supposed to occur in some instances just before death.
Lighter nA cigarette lighter. 2. someone who, or something that lights, or kindles.
Lighterman nA person who works on a lighter.
Lightfast adj(Of dye pigment etc) resistant to alteration on on exposure to the light.
Light-fastness nThe state or quality of dye pigment being resistant to alteration on on exposure to the light.
Light-fingered adjThievish, skillful, dexterous at or given by pilfering or a tendency to steal. esp. by picking pockets; dishonest. 2. having light and nimble fingers. 3. prompt in returning a blow or counter-punching; pugnacious. 4. dexterous.
Light-fingeredness nThe quality or ability of being dexterous, nimble with one's hands and fingers. 2. thievish, dishonest, ready to pilfer.
Light-foot nA name for the hare; and sometimes the deer.
Light-footed adjTreading or moving lightly of foot; active, agile, nimble.
Light-footedly advtreading or moving in a nimble, light-footed manner.
Lightful adjLuminous, bright; illumining.
Lightfulness nThe state or condition of being bright, luminous, illuminating.
Light-gathering nCollecting in a bright, light, illuminating way.
Light-giver nThe sun.
Light-giving adjIlluminating, revealing.
Light-handed adjDexterous, nimble, skilful of hand and finger. 2. delicate of touch; empty-handed.
Light-hating adjShunning the light; lumophobic; fond of the night.
Light-headed adjDizzy, giddy, feeling faint, slightly delirious. 2. having or showing a frivolous or volatile disposition.
Light-headedly advIn a dizzy, frivolous manner.
Light-headness nThe state or condition of being light-headed: dizziness, giddiness, disorder in the head. 2. delirium; faintness. 3. of a person: frivolity, injudiciousness, thoughtlessness, fickleness, changefulness.
Light-hearted adjCarefree, cheerful, merry, gay, blithe. 2. free from the weight of care and sorrow.
Light-heartedly advIn a carefree, cheerful, merry way.
Light-heartedness nThe state or quality of being lighthearted.
Light-heavyweight nThe weigt in boxing between middle weight and heavyweight.
Light-heeled adjBrisk and nimble of foot. 2. fleet of foot. 3. of a women; wanton, unchaste.
Light-heels nA wanton, unchaste woman. 2. a courtesan, hooker, skank, skanky-ho.
Light-horse nLight-armed cavalry.
Light-horseman nA light-armed trooper.
Lighthouse nA tower equipped with high-powered lamps, erected at the point of danger to guide seamen by night.
Lighthouse-keeper nA man in charge of a lighthouse.
Lighting nA distribution of light, as on a face or in a picture. 2. an arrangement of lights, especially on a stage. 3. illumination. 4. dawn, sun-up, sunrise. 5. kindling, ignition.
Lighting phr"Lighting Down" - alleviation, relief. 2. descent, dismounting, alighting.
Lighting phr"Lighting-up Time" - the time around dusk when drivers of motor vehicles must turn the lights of the vehicle on.
Lightish adjSomewhat light or illuminating. 2. rather light or pale in color.
Lightless adjWithout light or lights; giving out or shedding no light. 2. receiving no light; without illuminated, dark.
Lightlessly advIn a without light or darkish manner or state.
Lightlessness nThe state or condition of being without light. 2. in a state or condition of being very light.
Lightlied adjMake light or lighter.
Light-like adjCharacteristic or resembling light in some aspect or others.
Light-limbed adjAgile, nimble, quick-footed.
Lightliness nContemptuous manner or treatment.
Light-loving adjFond of the light and daytime.
Lightly advWith little weight, force, intensity, etc; gently: to press lightly on a door bell. 2. to only a small amount or (slight) degree; slightly. 3. nimbly; quickly: to leap lightly aside. 4. with a lack of concern; indifferently; slightly: to think lightly of one's achievements. 5. cheerfully; light of spirit, without complaining. 6. brilliant, lightishly. 2. frivolous, trifling, fickle, with contempt, wantonly or irreverently.
Lightly phr"Tread Lightly" - to be careful.
Light-minded adjHaving a trifling, frivolous mind.
Light-mindness nthe state or condition of being frivolous, light-minded, trifling.
Lightmonger nA member of the guild or company of Lightmongers, a City of London Livery co. which represented the lighting industry.
Lightness nState or quality of being light or of little weight. 2. the state or quality of being bright, illuminated, etc. 3. brightness. 4. digestibility.
Lightness nWantonness, lewdness, incontinence, levity in behavior; fickleness. 2. unsteadiness, unthought-lessness, unconcern. 3. the quality of being light; flippancy.
Lightness adjThe state or quality of being light.
Lightness phr"In Lightness Of Heart" - high-spirited, freedom from depression and dullness; joy, mirth.
Lightning nA sudden flash of light caused by the discharge of electricity between two electrified regions of cloud or between cloud and earth. 2. the discharge itself.
Lightning phr"Fork Lightning" - zigzag lightning.
Lightning phr"Like a Streak of Lightning" - very quickly.
Lightning phr"Lightning Never Strikes in the Same Spot Twice" - an unusual event, or something that happens by chance, is not likely to be repeated in exactly the same circumstances or to the same people.
Lightning-footed adjWith rapid speed. 2. quick, rapid, swift of foot.
Lightning-like adjResembling lightning in some aspect.
Lightningly advSuggestive of lightning: rapid, extremely quick.
Lightning-quick adjExtremely fast or swift.
Lightning-rod nA small-pointed metallic conductor used to protect buildings from lightning by carrying an electric current harmlessly to the ground.
Lightning-strike nA sudden bold (military) attack.
Lightning-tongued adjQuick of reply and repartee.
Light-o'-love nAn old tune of a dance, the name of which made it a proverbial expression of levity, especially in love matters. 2. (by extension) a flirtatious or wanton woman.
Light-red adjHigh-quality burnt ocher, used as a permanent pigment; loosely, as a calcined ocher of certain iron oxides.
Light-roomnThe upper chamber of a lighthouse containing powerful lighting apparatus.
Lights n.The lungs, usually applied to the lungs of beasts.
Lightshift nIn physics, the change in the energy (and thus frequency) of light upon interaction with matter.
Light-ship nA vessel, having warning lights, signals etc., moored in dangerous waters as a guide to ships.
Light-shot nA due levied for furnishing a church with lights.
Lightshow nDisplay of changing colored lights for entertainment.
Lightsome adjOf mood: cheery, gaily, lively. 2. having the appearance of lightness. 2. graceful, elegant. 3. easy, not weighed down with care, sorrow or pain. 4. lighthearted, cheery, joyous. 5. flighty, frivolous, trifling. 6. nimble, quick, lively.
Lightsome adjRadiant in light, luminating, giving light. 2. well-lit, illuminous, bright. 3. clear, perspicuous, manifest. 4. lightly-hued.
Lightsomely advClearly, lucidly, manifestly.
Lightsomeness nQuality of being luminous, lightsome or well-lit, brightness, clearness.
Light speed nThe speed of light (in a vacuum unless another medium is specified)
Light-stand nOn small table on which to set a light.
Light-stick nA portable rod used for illumination.
Light-stilled adjOf light to still, silence and calm persons.
Light-struck adjExhibiting a light fog.
Light-thoughted adjShallow and superficial of thought and opinion.
Light-throwing adjMaking clear, clarifying, explaining.
Light-tongued adjOf few words; not garrulous or voluble.
Lightwards advTowards the light or brightness.
Light water n(Chemistry) - water in its standard form of H2O, containing two protium hydrogen atoms, as opposed to heavy water. 2. foam formed by water and a fluorocarbon surfactant, used in firefighting because it floats on flammable liquids lighter than water.
Lightwave nA wave of light.
Lightweight nA person of less than average weight. 2. a person who is of little importance, or effect. 3. a boxer intermediate in weight between a featherweight and welterweight (126 to 135 pounds).
Lightweight adjLight in weight. 2. lighter in weight, texture etc., than another item or object of identical use, quality or function. 3. without seriousness of purpose or trifling. 4. of or pertaining to a lightweight contender.
Lightwell nAn open shaft that transmit light from above into a staircase or ann inner room.
Light-witted adjSilly, dim-witted, doltish, foolish, stupid.
Lightwood nResinuous pine, commonly the heart of the yellow pine. 2. the resinuous knots of pine used for kindling.
Lightwort n.Lungwort; also the "Sea lightwort" (comfer) or "Mertensia maritima".
Lighty adjFull of light, bright, shining. 2. enlightened, well-informed.
Light year nDistance light travels in a year. 2. a scientific unit for measuring stellar distance.
Light years nA very great distance, esp. in development or progress: as in light years away. 2. a very long time.
Like nSomething that a person likes. 2. ilk.
Like adv.For example, such as: to introduce an example or list of examples.

There are lots of birds, like ducks and gulls, in this park. 2. likely. quotations ▼ (obsolete) in a like or similar manner.

Like adjSimilar. 2. likely, probable.
Like conjFind attractive, fancy,enjoy, love, support.
LikeprpSimilar to; reminiscent of.
Like intjUsed to place emphasis on a statement.
Like sfxResembling or similar to; and also(as in an adjectival form:'wavelike')
Like phr"And One's Like" - and people like him/her etc.
Like phr"And the Like (and so on)" - so forth; such like, together with things, or people of the same kind.
Like phr"As Like Not" - probably.
Like phr"Feel Like" - be disposed to.
Like phr"I'd Like to See Somebody Do Something" - I would be surprized if.
Like phr"If You Like" - if it pleases or suits you.
Like phr"I Like to See That" - exclamation of anger or surprise.
Like phr"I Like That!" - exclamation of surprise, anger.
Like phr"In Like Wise" - likewise.
Like phr"It Goes Like So" - this is the way it goes; this is the way it happen.
Like phr"I Would Like to See That" - I would be surprised if that ...
Like phr"Like Anything" - with great speed, very much, with force, very loud, violence, vehemence.
Like phr"Like a Bear with a Sore Head" - in a surly, irritable way; without tact, finesse or care.
Like phr"Like a Bull at a Gate" - in a headlong, vigorous or aggressive way
Like phr"Like a Bull in a China Shop" - in a way that is clumsy, rough, coarse, too vigorous, etc to suit one's company.
Like phr"Like a Cat On a Hot Tin Roof" - restless, nervously, unable, sit lie still, settle one's attention.
Like phr"Like a Cat with Nine Lives" - hardy, with unusual powers of survival; fortunate in one one's escape from mishap, accident or death.
Like phr"Like a Chicken with It's Head Off" - like a headless chicken or a chicken with no head'
Like phr"Like a Dog on/in Heat" - very energetic and enthusiastic, especially when sexually aroused.
Like phr"Like a Dog with A Bone" - stubborn, persistent, relentless, dogged.
Like phr"Like a Dog with Two Tails" - delighted(ly), proudly, esp. now because one owns, of has achieved, something; (as) pleased as Punch.
Like }phr"Like A Duck Takes to Water" - naturally, without effort.
Like phr"Like a Fishwife" - loud and vulgar; abusively (from formerly, street-sellers of fish selling their wares.
Like phr"Like a Hawk" - sharp-eyed and alert.
Like phr"Like a Hot Knife Through Butter" - easily; without meeting ressistance or difficulty.
Like phr"Like a Lamb" - obediently; submissively, without protest or complaint. 2. meek as a lamb.
Like phr"Like a Mad Thing" - like a mad person; acting as a mad person would; not trying to behave sensibly.
Like phr"Like a Man" - strong, masculine, assertive in ; manly
Like phr"Like an Ass" - stubborn; contrary; foolish, thick-headed.
Like phr"Like(s) and Dislike(s)" - things or people, which one likes contrasted with doesn't 2. fads and foibles, especially when these are many or obsessive, or are a nuissance to other people.
Like phr"Like Anything" - very quickly, fiercely. 2. very much, very loudly, very ably.
Like phr"Like a Rat from a Sinking Ship" - quickly but futilely , away from a failing project. 2. quickly, but futilely.
Like phr"Like a Red Rag to a Bull" - sure, or extremely likely, to provoke resentment, attack, violent action.
Like phr"Like a Shot" - with great speed.
Like phr"Like a Streak of Lightning" - very quickly.
Like phr"Like a Stuck Pig" - a manner of a pig that is being killed.
Like phr"Like a Thief in the Night" - unforeseen and/or unobserved.
Like phr"Like a Wet Weekend" - miserable and gloomy.
Like phr"Like Begets Like" - the law of attraction that states that people who are similar in personality and appearance are more likely to become attracted to each other. 2. like draws like.
Like phr"Like Blazes" - vigorously, as fast, hard, as loud, violently.
Like phr"Like Death Warmed Up" - look or feel extremely will.
Like phr"Like Draws Like" - the law of attraction that states that people who are similar in personality and appearance are more likely to become attracted to each other. 2. like begets like.
Like phr"Like Father, like Son" - a child turns out to be like its parents in character, tastes, opinions, habits, etc.
Like phr"Like for Like" - replacing one thing with another of the same type.
Like phr"Like Hell It Is" - it isn't; you aren't; they can't, etc.
Like phr"Like It or Not" - whether one likes something or not (the implication usually being the latter) obviously, inevitably. 2. whether willingly or resentfully accepts it or not.
Like phr"Likely Enough" - probably.
Like phr"Likely Enough" - probably.
Like phr"Like New" - seemingly new; as good as new; as though new.
Like phr"Like Nobody's Business" - with unusual intensity; excess frequency.
Like phr"Like Of" ('the like of')
Like phr"Likes and Dislikes" - things or people, which one likes contrasted with doesn't 2. fads and foibles, especially when these are many or obsessive, or are a nuissance to other people.
Like phr"Like Sheep to the Slaughter' - unwitting and helpless victims.
Like phr"Like Ships In the Night" - like people or groups who met briefly and for the only time in their lives.
Like phr"Like So" - like this, in this manner, thus.
Like phr"Like That" - in a particular manner. 2. quickly, unexpectedly. 3. used to indicate agreement with another speaker's statement.
Like phr"Like the New Time" - furiously or vigorously, repeatedly.
Like phr"Like There's No Tomorrow" - to excessive degrees; as if there were no tomorrow. 2. desperately, frantically; very quickly or very much.
Like phr"Like Unto" - a phrase expressing resemblance, like, similarity. 2. expression of conformity, conforming to, conformable to. 3. conforming or thinking like.
Like phr"Like Water Off a Duck's Back" - making little, or no, impression; having no effect.
Like phr"Like White on Rice" - in very close proximity; following closely.
Like phr"Like Wildfire" - rapid and extensively.
Like phr"Many the Like" - of such quantity or amount.
Like phr"Need Like a Hole in the Head" - absolutely not need at all.
Like phr"Nothing Like" - bears no resemblance to.
Like phr"Not Likely" - definitely not.
Like phr"Of a Like" - probably
Like phr"On Liking" - on approval.
Like phr"Read Like a Book" - to know very well; understand perfectly. 2. speak knowledgeably and accurately.
Like phr"Something Like" - similar to. 2. in a tolerably adequate manner. 3. at a fairly reasonable price.
Like phr"Such a Like" - for, in like manner
Like phr"That's More Like It" - that's it; that's better.
Like phr"The Like" - similar things.
Like phr"The Likes Of" - such a person or thing as (now, in a deprecatory manner.)
Like phr"The Likes of Somebody" - like us; anybodyof our humble, privileged, criminal, intellectual, handicapped etc class or kind.
Like phr"What Is He/She Like?" - what sought of characteristics does he/she possess?
Liked adjRegarded with affection; beloved.
Like-dealers nA group of pirates during the Middle Ages whose booty was divided equally or alike among members of the group.
Like-feelingly advOf the same feeling or opinion about something.
Like-for-like adjSame for same.
Likeful adjPleasing acceptable; agreeable.
Likehood nLikelihood; probability.
Like-less adjUnliked.
Likelihood nThe probable fact: probability or the the probability. 2. the character of being likely.
Likelihood phr"In All Likelihood" - probably.
Like-like vbTo fancy; to be attached to.
Likeliness nThe condition or quality of being probable or likely to occur. 2.

likelihood, probability or chance of occurrence; plausibility or believable. 3. suitability; agreeableness. 4. likeness; similarity.

Likely vbTo make 'likely' or attractive; to adorn, embellish.
Likely adjApparently true or real; plausible or real. 2. reasonably to be expected; liable. 3. apt to please, promising. 4. well adapted for the purpose..
Likely advProbably.
Likely phr"Likely as Not" - in all probability; with an even chance of occurring or not.
Likely phr"Likely Enough" - probably.
Likely phr"Not Likely" - definitely not; uncertain; unlikely.
Like-made adjMade in the same circumstances or together, such as a wedding vow.
Like-minded adjOf the same inclination or opinion. 2. similarly disposed in opinion or tastes.
Like-mindedness nThe state or condition of being of the same opinion, inclination or view.
Liken vbTo represent as like; to compare. 2. to do something; to represent as doing.
Liken phr"Liken to" - say or state that one thing is like another.
Liken phr"Liken Together" - to compose, to represent as like or very similar.
Likeness nThe state or quality of being like; a resemblance. 2. a portrait; representation. 3. a counterfeit form; a giuse.
Likeness phr"In Likeness Of" - in figure, stature, that which resembles an object. 2. a like shape or form, a semblance; hence, general form, shape
Likening phr"At the Likening Of" - under the similitude of.
Liker nOne who likes.
Likes nAn attitude or a feeling of liking something or somebody.
Like-shaped adjOf a similar shape or form.
Like-side nA rhombus.
Likesome adjAgreeablee, pleasant.
Likeways advLikewise.
Likewise advIn like wise; in the same manner. 2. in like manner. 3. also; moreover.
Likewise phr"To do Likewise" - to do in the same way, manner or similarly.
Likewisely advSimilarly, in the similar way.
Likewiseness nThe state or quality of being the same or similar.
Likeworth n.Agreeable, acceptable, pleasing, "likeworthy".
Likeworthy adjIn the same sense.
Liking nSomething that is liked. 2. inclination due to some attraction; a preference, redilection. 3. a semblance.
Liking phr"At Liking" - in a suitable position; at one's ease.
Liking phr"At One's Liking" - according to one's liking, or taste.
Liking phr"Flesh's liking" - (fleshy liking) - sensually, sexual desire, lust.
Liking phr"Ill Liking" -discomfort, unhappiness.
Liking phr"In Liking" - likely to do.
Liking phr"Of Free Liking" - of free will.
Liking phr"To One's Liking" - to one's agreement, pleasing, acceptance.
Liking phr"Upon (On) Liking" - on approval or trial.
Liking phr"Well Liking" - of condition: healthy, plump. 2. of soil: rich.
Likingly advIn a pleasing manner, pleasantly, dainty, attractively. 2. in a probable manner, probably.
Likingness nAttractiveness.
Likings nLikes, predilections.
Likish adjAlike, similar.
Lill nBruise.
Lill phr"Lill for Loll" - OE: lael - bruise; around the year 1000 'lael with laele' has the meaning bruise for bruise; wound for wound, tit for tat.
Lillied adjCovered with or abounding. 2. resembling a lily in fairness and complexion.
Lily nAny of the Numerous ornamental liliaceous plants (genus Lilium) having a bulbous root, erect stem, and large, showy, erect or nodding flowers, especially the madonna lily.
Lily phr"Gild the Lily" - literally: to gild refined gold, to paint the lily. 2. to do something patentlly unneccesary.
Lily-handed adjHaving smooth white hands.
Lily-iron nA Harpoon with a detachable head.
Lily-like adjResembling or characteristic of a lily in some aspect.
Lily-livered adjCowardly.
Lilywort n.Lindley's name for the N.O. of Liliaceae.
Lily-white adj.White as a lily; extremely or pure white or pale. 2. pure-white; unsullied.
Lily-whiteness nThe state or quality of being lily-white. 2. bigoted against black persons. 3. racially segregated.
Lilywort n.Lindley's name for the N.O. of Liliaceae.
Limb n.Foot, leg, etc., not "lim" : border, boundary. 2. branch of a tree.
Limb vbTo provide with limbs (fig. and lit.)
Limb phr"Go Out on a Limb" - exposed to danger; risk one's danger. 2. at a great disadvantage
Limb phr"Life and Limb" - one's survival and/or preservation from accident and injury. 2. existence together with bodily faculties.
Limb phr"Limb and Head" - the body and the mind.
Limb phr"Limb and Lith" - Limb and joint; limb and limb (OE. lith: member, joint, limb)
Limb phr"Limb Of Hell" - an agent or scion of the devil; an imp of Satan or the evil one; hence, a mischievous wicked person.
Limb phr"Limb of the Law" - a policeman or lawyer.
Limb phr"Pull Limb from Limb" - to dismember, pull limb from limb. 2. remove branches from a tree.
Limbless adjHaving no limbs; deprived of limbs.
Limblessly advIn a limbless manner.
Limb-lifter?? nA fornicator.
Limb-meal nInto pieces: limb from limb.
Lime n.Alkaline earth obtained by the burning of various stone, used in making mortar. 2. a sticky substance used for catching birds.
Lime-green adjA bright pale green color like that of lime.
Lime-kiln nA kiln for heating limestone to produce quicklime.
Limeless adjWith lime (the mineral).
Limelight n.Bright lights got by heating quicklime. 2. publicity, spotlight. In 1826, popular name for Drummond light, a brilliant light created by the incandescence of lime ; adopted for lighthouses and later for the Victorian stage, where it illuminated the principal actors, hence the figurative sense of "on stage, at the centre of attention".
Limelight phr"In the Limelight" - at the focus of public attention.
Limepit nA pit containing lime to remove hair.
Limestone n.A rock which yields lime when burnt.
Lime-tree nThe Linden. 2. the tupelo or sourgum tree of Florida.
Lime-twig nA twig smeared with birdlime to catch birds. 2. a snare or trap.
Limewash nA mixture of lime and water for coating walls.
Lime water nAn aquecous solution of calcium hydroxide used especially to detect the presence of carbon dioxide.
Limewort n.The catch-fly, "Silene armenia" so called because it is covered by a sticky substance, similar to lime. 2. limpwort: the brooklime: Veronica Beccaburga.
Liming n.The action of gluing, cementing together of something, adhesives. 2. the action or process of treating things, such as the earth or ground with lime in cultivation; or skins by steeping in lime and water. 4. copulation
Limp nEnglish has two words limp, which perhaps share a common ancestry. Neither is particularly old, the verb appears around 1700 (until then the word for 'walk' lamely had been halt, which now is almost obsolete. It was probably from the obsolete adjective lemphalt. The adjective limp meaning flaccid, drooping, lacking stiffness or firmness, seems likely related to the noun. Late Middle English (in the sense ‘fall short of’): related to obsolete limphalt ‘lame’, and probably of Germanic origin. Of uncertain Anglish provenance.
Limp adjLacking internal strength or structure; not stiff or firm. 2. having or denoting a book cover that is not stiffened with board. 3. without energy or vigour.
Limp vbTo walk lamely or haltingly.
Limp phr"Limp in" - in a poker game, to call the minimum amount required in the first round of betting in order to establish or maintain a stake in the pot; to call the blind or the bring in without raising. 2. to just win a contest or event despite injury and adversity.
Limpet n.A shellfish which adheres firmly to rocks.
Limpet phr"Cling Like a Limpet" - hold onto something with determination.
Limpingly advIn a limp manner.
Limpish adjNot stiff or firm, easily bent. 2. without energy or will. 3. of a book having a soft cover.
Limply advLacking stiffness or firmness, as of substance, fiber, structure or bodily frame.
Limpness nThe property of being limp.
Limp-wristed adjEffeminate, ineffectual, feeble.
Limy adjLimey: having the characteristic of lime, the mineral.
Lin n(OE: hlyn: torrent): a waterfall. 2. precipice, ravine.
Lin nA pin or linchpin.
Lin n(Also spelt 'line.' flax, a fiber of flax; the plant itself. 2. flax spun or woven linen thread or linen cloth; linen vestments.
Lin vbTo cease, leave off, desist
Linch n.Axle as in a linchpin: a pin or lin to hold a wheel on its axle.(OE. lynis: axle-tree).
Linch n.A rising ground, a ridge; a ledge esp. one on the side of a chalk down. 2. an un-plowed strip serving as a boundary between fields. 3. fastener or pin; belaying pin.
Linch vb"To fasten with a linch pin.
Linch-pin nPin in an axle-tree to keep the wheel in place.
Lind n.The lime or linden tree (Tilia Europea). In ME. for a tree of any kind, esp. in the phrase: " Under the lind."
Lind phr""Under the Lind/en" - The Linden tree (Tilia), shares much of the common symbolism associated with any Sacred Tree in European lore: It’s presence protects against ill luck and against the strike of lightning, and it’s bright nature repels those spirits that would cause harm to the household. The tree is also claimed to be the "Tree of Lovers" (This probably is from C19th literature).
Linden adj.Made of the wood of the lind or linden tree.
Line n.A name for a flock of geese. 2. cord, string, rope, leash; wire, cable; lin, flax (including the plant itself) or fiber of flax. 3. umbilical cord. 4. spider's thread. 5. rule, standard, practice, canon, precept. 6. a thread-like mark. 7. Of music: instrumental or vocal melody; a structured sequence of notes or tones. 8. a thin band of colour, a seam, ridge, furrow. 9. furrow or seam in the face or hands, fate-lines. 10. a curve connecting all points having a common property. 11. a measure of length. 12. a boundary, limit, demarcation. 13. degree, rank, station. 14. a row of persons arranged along a straight line, a line-up; a row of tents, huts etc. 15. the words of an actor's part. 16. lineal descent - by-line, lineage, stock, race. 17. one's line, one's pursuit, field of interest, area of study. 18. trade, course, direction, route. 19. goings-on, caprices, fits of temper. 20. 'The Line" - the equator.
Line phr"A Line of Thought" - a way or system of thinking. 2. a chain of reasoning or speculation or speculation. 3. one's train of thought.
Line phr"All Along the Line" - at every stage; particularly, in a sequence, completely.
Line phr"All the Way Down the Line" - at every point or stage.
Line phr"Along the Lines Of" - resembling.
Line phr"Be Further Down the Line" - to have a low priority.
Line phr"Be in the Line of Fire" - vulnerable to attack.
Line phr"Be Out Of Line" - adopt a stance not held by others.
Line phr"Be Well-lined" - be rich; have lots of money in one's pockets.
Line phr"Bring (Something) Into Line" - make something correspond (with others.) 2. to align; fig. to cause a person to agree; to make unanimous.
Line phr"Come/Fall Into Line" - agree, correspond (with others.)
Line phr"Draw Into Line" - to become unanimous (about something.)
Line phr"Draw the Line (at that)" - set a limit beyond which no one must not go.
Line phr"Drop a Line" - write a letter. 2. go fishing.
Line phr"End of the Line" - point at which something finishes. 2. end of the road (lit. and fig.)
Line phr"Even as a Line" - flat as a line; straight as a line.
Line phr"Fall in Line With" - agree with; act in conformity with.
Line phr"Fall Out of Line" - disagree with, move away from.
Line phr"Get a Line On" - to inquire about a thing. 2. come to know. 3. give someone a line on.
Line phr"Hard Lines" - ill-luck, bad fortune.
Line phr"Hook, Line and Sinker" - wholly.
Line phr"In Line Ahead" - (of ships) one behind the other.
Line phr"In Line For" - having a good chance of obtaining something; ready for. in succession for.
Line phr"In Line With" - in agreement with.
Line phr"In Somebody's Line" - within somebody's competence or experience.
Line phr"In the Firing Line" - vulnerable to attack. 2. be the first under attack.
Line phr"Lay It On the Line" - to risk losing something or say something with frank emphasis.
Line phr"Line of Business" - one's occupation; type of work. 2. kind of interst or pursuit.
Line phr"Line of Dip" - in geology, a line in the plane of a stratum, as part of a stratum perpendicular to its intersection with a horizontal plane; the line of greatest inclination of a stratum to the horizon.
Line phr"Line of Fire" - the expected path of gunfire, a missile etc.
Line phr"Line of Life" - the thread fabled to be spun by The Fates, that determines the length of duration of one's life. 2. in palmistry, the crease in the left hand beginning above the web of the thumb , and running towards or up to the wrist. According to palmists, the nearer it runs towards the wrist the longer life one's life will be.
Line phr"Line of Sight" - the straight line joining the eye of an observer and a target or other object.
Line phr"Line of the Head" - The head line (also wisdom line) is the second important line in palm reading. It starts from the palm edge between the thumb and forefinger, and extends across the palm in the middle part with the life line below and the heart line above.
Line phr"Line of the Heart" - (palmistry) a furrow on the face or hands
Line phr"Line Out" - an analogue electrical signal for connection between audio devices.
Line phr"Line Up" - stand, form or place in line. 2. queue to catch transport or buy food, etc. 3. assemble, bring together, organize, arrange. 4. place in line for execution by a firing squad.
Line phr"Line Up Against" - place in line for execution by a firing squad.
Line phr"Line Up Alongside With" - become the ally, or associaate with or of.
Line phr"Line Up Behind" - to follow someone, as take as one's leader.
Line phr"Line Up in One's Sights" - point a firearm directly at a target. 2. fig. to strike back at another for past wrongs or blunders.
Line phr"Line Upon Line" - reiteration of statements in successive lines of writing or print.
Line phr"Make a Beeline For" - to go straight for something with great enthusiasm or to head for some goal by the most direct route.
Line phr"Not One's Line" - not one's vocation, calling, pursuits, interests.
Line phr"Off Line" - not connected to an internet provider, electrical or power terminal, etc.
Line phr"On Line" - connected to an internet provider, electrical or power terminal, etc.
Line phr"On the Line" - (of a picture) hung at an exhibition, on level of spectator's eyes.
Line phr"On the Lines Of" - resembling.
Line phr"Out of One's Line" - unsuited to one's capacity, taste.
Line phr"Put On the Line" - speak frankly.
Line phr"Read Between the Lines" - extract a meaning that is not explicitly stated. 2. to appreciate the the true significance of something not put into words.
Line phr"Run the Line" - (run the traps) as a hunter checking for what animals are in his traps; or reporter checking the veracity of a story.
Line phr"Shoot the Line" - give a highly exaggerated account or story of (or about oneself). 2. put on an act. 3. put on or talk with pretensions.
Line phr"Sit On the Sidelines" - not to take part in the main action.
Line phr"Somewhere Along the Line" - at some point (in time.)
Line phr"Stand in Line" - queue, wait in line, wait in turn.
Line phr"Step Out of Line" - fail to behave in an unconnected or unexpected manner. 2. to infringe accepted rules of behavior.
Line phr"Swallow the Lines" - to accept as truth the story being proffered.
Line phr"Take the Hard Line" - be uncompromising.
Line phr"The Bottom Line" - the conclusion which matters or the net effect of a series of developments.
Line phr"The Line" - the equator, earth's belt; earth's girdle or girdle of the earth.
Line phr"Toe the Line" - conform, obey the rules.
Line phr"Tread the Thin Line" - be cautious to take action in circumstances where either too much or too little will cause difficulties.
Line phr"Under the Line" - at the equator.
Line phr"Up the Line" - up to the breach or the front line.
Line-breed nIn genetics, to interbreed (successive generations) to one ancestor of a given line in order to develop selected characteristics.
Lined adj.Marked with lines, having lines traced or impressed on the surface.
Line-drawing nA pen or pencil sketch without color wash.
Line-fish nA fish caught on the line not by net.
Lineless adjOf a person having no bounds; or to whom no bounds (of behavior) can be set. 2. having no impressed or indented.
Lineman n.A worker who repairs railway lines, telegraph or telephone lines; a linesman.
Linen n.Made of flax; cloth made from linen 2. Linen wings: sails of ships. 3. "to wash one's dirty linen at home" -- say nothing about one's family affairs, disputes, scandal. 4. grave clothes, burial clothes.
Linen phr"Wash One's Dirty Linen at Home" -- say nothing about one's family affairs, disputes, scandal in public.
Linen cupboard nA cabinet or drawer that holds linen.
Linenfold nA carved or molded ornament representing a fold or scroll of linen.
Linener n.A draper, shirtmaker, dealer, retail trader in linen.
Linen-lifter n.A man given to affairs and adultery.
Linen-like adjLinen-like fabrics of cotton or fibres, as tablecloths, bedding, towels etc.
Lineny adjResembling linen.
Liner n.One who lines or fits lining to anything. 2. of persons, one whose duty is the tracing of boundaries of properties; a surveyor. 3. a writer of miscellaneous items for newspapers, what are paid for at so much a line. 4. a brush or pencil used for tinting parts of the face, esp. the eyes (eyeliner). 5. a ship, such as am 'ocean liner.'
Line-rider nA fence or boundary rider.
Line-shaft nA power driven rotating shaft for power transmission that was used extensively from the Industrial Revolution until the early 20th century
Line-shape nLines used to convey movement and create texture. Lines provide emphasis and define shape. They can be used to convey mood and emotion.
Linesman n.A soldier belonging to a regiment or the line. 2. an umpire at tennis posted near the line to determine whether the ball is in or out. 3. one who looks after roadside verges. 4. a worker who repairs railway lines, telegraph or telephone lines; a linesman.
Line-storm nAn equinoctial.
Line-up n.A number of persons assembled in a line. 2. a list of players in a game of football, cricket, basketball etc.
Line-weight nThe relative thickness of a drawn rule or painted brushstroke.
Line-width n(In physics) a measure of the width of the band of frequencies of radiation emitted or absorbed in an atomic or molecular transition; a result of the uncertainty principle.
Line-work nDrawings or designs carried out with a pen or pencil.
Liney adjOf the nature, or resembling a line or streak, thin, meagre. 2. full of lines; worked in lines.
Ling sfx.Person or thing belonging to or concerned, (denoted by the noun) --- "eardling": ploughman; "ropeling": prisoner. 2. person or thing denoted by the adjective, "darling," "efenling," farth(l)ing, "sibling," underling: subordinate, swartling: blackbird. 3. often used in comtemptous or unfavourable sense: popeling (papist), godling, lordling, kingling. 7. (in Old Norse) in the name of the young of an animal: sperling (young sparrow), catling (kitten), gosling. 8. often expressive of direction or extent, siuation or condition: "nightling" (whole night), "needling" (necessities), "firstlings", "starklings", "hidlings."
Ling nThe heath or heather.
Ling sfxLittle, young, petty, as duckling'. 2. a person or thing related to or characterized by : worldling. 3. forming adverbs toward: sideling. 4. forming adjectives: darkling.
Lingy adjCovered with, or abounding in ling.
Lining nOf a garment
Lining n.A rising ground, ridge or bank.
Lining phr"Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining" - there are benefitseven in a seemingly adverse situation.
Lining phr"Lining Up" - the forming of a row, or to put persons or things in a row; as a row of books on a shelf. 2. the forming of a line. 3. the collection and arrangement in readiness.
Link n.Comparatively level or gently undulating sandy ground near the seashore, covered with turf, coarse grass etc. 2. the ground on which golf is played, (links) often resembling land described in meaning one.
Linn n.OE. torrent. 2. cascade, torrent, water running over rocks, cataract, falls. 3. precipice, ravine, rise with steep sides. 4. pools, esp. into which a cataract falls.
Linseed n.OE. Linum: flax; seed flax, well renown as a source of linseed or medication.
Lint-white nOE Linetwige, lit flax-plucker; European gray linnet.
Liny adjMarked with lines, wrinkled.
Litten n.Churchyard, cemetery, church-litten
Lip n.Either of the two fleshy parts or folds forming the margins of the mouth and functioning in speech. 2. usually, lips. these parts as organs of speech. 3. a projecting edge on a container or other hollow object: the lip of a pitcher. 4. a liplike part or structure, especially of anatomy. 5. any edge, rim; point of a spear.
Lip adjof or pertaining to the lips or a lip: lip ointment. 2. characterized by or made with the lips: to read lip movements. 3. superficial or insincere: to offer lip praise.
Lip vbTo touch with the lips. 2. to utter, especially softly. 3. to kiss. 4. to use the lips in playing a musical wind instrument.
Lip phr"Be Tight-lipped" - keep confidences or be uncommunicative.
Lip phr"Bite One's Lip / Tongue" - to repress one's anger or other emotions. 2. to show vexation or annoyance, or to suppress some's emotion as anger or laughter.
Lip phr"Give Somebody Lip" - be cheeky or absusive.
Lip phr"Hang Onto Another's Lip" - to listen with rapt attention to.
Lip phr"Hang (or Make) the Lip" - show displeasure, vexation. 2. to drop the under lip in sullenness or contempt.
Lip phr"Hang On Another's Lips" - to follow intently the words of another.
Lip phr"Keep a Stiff Upper Lip"; to face misfortune bravely and resolutely. 2. keep one's courage; not lose heart. 3. be hard and suppress the display of any emotion.
Lip phr"Lick One's Lips" - look forward to something eagerly.
Lip phr"Lift One's Lip Against" - utter the slightest word against.
Lip phr"Lip Off", (slang) - to talk impudently or belligerently.
Lip phr"Of One Lip" - in agreement.
Lip-bearded adjBushy mustached.
Lip-biting nThe biting of the lip by accident. 2. the biting of the lip as a sign or message to other.
Lip-blossomed adjLabiated.
Lip-born adjAs lip-born words - shallow, with little regard for those they are spoken to.
Lip-deep adjImmersed or existing on the lips only; superficail. 2. words going no further than the lips.
Lip-dewing adjAs a 'lip-dewing' song - sweet and mellow.
Lip-end nThe two ends of the lips.
Lipful adjFull to the lips.
Lip-good adjMere words without experience.
Lip-gospeller nWonderful oratory, but existing in words only.
Lip-hair nA mustache.
Lip-holiness nInsincere preaching; holiness that exists in words only
Lip-holy adjHoly words, spoken with a hollow heart.
Lip-learned adjLearned by the reading of lips.
Lipless adjHaving no lip or lips.
Liplessly advIn a lipless manner
Liplessness nThe state or condition of being lipless.
Lip-lick nA kiss.
Lip-like adjResembling or characteristic of a lip, in some aspect of.
Lipline nThe outline of the lip.
Liplock vbTo kiss,smooch.
Lip-love nLove that exists in words only.
Lipped adjHaving or furnished with a lip or lips; labiate. 2. lips of a specific kinf, as 'thick-lipped; 'thin-lipped'.
Lippedness nThe state or quallity of having a particular number or type of lips.
Lippen vbTo furnish with the lips.
Lipping nA strip of wood or the like fixed to the edge of a box, table top, etc. 2. the act of fixing such a strip. 2. facing an exposed edge with superior wood , as the edges of shelves or laminboard. 4. a joint with one piece prominent to form a rebate.
Lippy nAn old dry measure equal to a quarter of a peck.
Lippy adjImpertinent, insolent, talkative, verbose.
Lip read vbTo interpret speech from the position assumed by the lips and mouth for each word.
Lip reader nOne who interprets of speech from the position of the lips, and the mouth of the speaker, practized by the deaf.
Lip reading nInterpretation of speech from the position of the lips, and the mouth of the speaker, practized by the deaf.
Lip smile nThe faintest of a feigned smile with lips tight.
Lipstick n.A small, coloured cosmetic stick of creamy texture, used to tint lips.
Lipstickless adjLacking or without lipstick. 2. not covered by lipstick.
Lipsticky adjCovered or sticky with lipstick.
Lip-sworn adjWords sworn on an oath of secrecy.
Lip-teeth n(Of a sound) - made by the lower lips touching the upper teeth, as in 'f' and 'v'.
Lip-wisdom nLip-service, without any meaningful action.
Lip-wise adjWise of talk or lip, as distinguished from one who is wise in practice.
Lip-worship n.Praise or worsship that exists in words only; cf. "knee-worship" servile genuflection without conviction or belief.
Lip-worshipper nOne who praises in words only, without conviction or true belief.
Lipwort seed nIdle talk, farrago, galamatia. ??????
Lire n.Flesh, muscle, brawn
Lisk nGroin.
Lisp vb.To speak with faulty pronunciation of "s" and "z" sounds, faltering in speech, often saying "th" instead of "s" or "z".
Lisp vbTo falter or lisp in speech. 2. to speak imperfectly or in a childlike manner.
Lisper nOne who speaks with faulty pronunciation of "s" and "z" sounds, faltering in speech, often saying "th" instead of "s" or "z".
Lisping nThe action or way of faltering or lisping in speech. 2. the speech way of a lisper
Lispingly advIn a manner or way of speaking with faulty pronunciation of "s" and "z" sounds, and faltering in speech, often saying "th" instead of "s" or "z".
Lisplike adjCharacteristic of lisping
Lispy adjSome what or rather lisping in speech.
Liss n.OE: gentle. 2. remission , release, mitigation, abatement, cessation, end. 2. tranquility, rest, peace, joy, delight.
Lisse vb.OE to subdue. 2. to mitigate, assuage, relieve pain, comfort
Lissing nThe action of subduing. 2. mitigation, assuaging, comforting.
Lissom adj(Especially of a person's body) lithesome, thin, supple, and graceful.
Lissomly advIn a lithesome manner; supple, gracefully,
Lissomness nThe quality of being lithesome or lissom.
List n.Border, edging strip. 2. lobe of the ear. 3. cloth edge, hem, strip or edge of cloth or other fabric, border, selvage (collectively)or strip of any material. 4. one of the divisions of a head of hair or beard. 5. stripe of colour. 6. mark of a wound or scar. 7. boundary, limit, region, territory, shire. 8. place of combat, war, conflict.
List nPleasure, joy, delight.
List vb.OE: to be pleasing to, care about, desire or wish for. 2. to desire or wish for, like to, wish to do something.
List nThe ear. 2. hearing, sense of hearing.
List nArt, craft, cunning.
List vb.To listen, hear.
List phr"Have List" - to listen, give ear to, be attentive, keep silent; give list to.
List phr"On a Black List" - list of companies, people who are (regarded as) dishonest, untrustworthy.
List phr"On a Short List" - list of (comparatively) few items/people selected from a longer list, from which a final choice is made.
List phr"With List" - with craft or cunning.
List phr"Within the Lists" - within an arena.
Listed adjEntered in a list, especially an official one. 2. of a building protected from demolition by a heritage listing.
Listen n
Listen vb.To pay attention to a sound. 2. to expect or wait for a sound. 3. to accept advice or obey instruction. hear (something)
Listen phr"Listen After" - eager or make aneffort to catch the sound of. 2. to endeavour to hear or hear of; listen for
Listen phr"Listen For" - to be attentive in listen for some information or advice. 2. listen after.
Listen phr"Listen Forth" - to obtain news or tidings of.
Listen phr"Listen In" - listen to a radio or performer talk.
Listen phr"Listen Of" - hear, tell.
Listen phr"Listen On" (a phone, or other electrical or electronic device) - listen to
Listen phr"Listen to one's Body" - is to be attentive to all messages you receive from your physical, emotional and mental bodies. These messages tell you how much you listen to their needs
Listen phr"Listen to One's Heart" - do what one believes is right, will make you happy, even if you can't explain it rationally.
Listen phr"Listen Out" - to listen for a sound, e.g. on a radio. 2. keep an ear alert for someone or some information.
Listen phr"Listen to the Needs of One's Body" - to give it what it needs. Physically, it means giving your body food when it is hungry, rest when it is tired or allowing your body to sleep when it is sleepy.
Listen phr"Listen Up" - listen to what I am about to say.
Listener nA person who listens.a person receiving broadcast radio programs.
Listener-ship nListeners collectively.
Listen-in nPeriod of listening to a radio broadcast (or telephone call.)
Listening nAct, skill or ability of perceiving spoken language.
Listening adjOf something or someone that listens. 2. of something that is used in order to hear or to improve the ability to hear. 3. of an action that is done with caution and attention to sound.
Lister nOE. liste) - a kind of plow which simultaneously cuts, plants and covers the seed,
Listful adjInclined to listen, be attentive.
Listing nA list or catalogue. 2. a drawiing up of a list. 3. an entry in a list or register.
Listless adj.Inattentive; heedless of what is passing; indifferent, languid; lacking energy.
Listlessly advIn an attentive manner: without giving heedto what is passing; indifferently, languidly; without energy.
Listlessness nCondition or quality of being listless. 2. want of zeal for some particular object or pursuit. 3. languid indifference to one's surrounding or what now one is doing.
List-like adjResembling or characteristic of a list.
Listly advCuningly, craftily, deftly.
List-maker nOne who makes a list or lists.
List-making nThe compilation of list or lists.
List-washing nThe removal of non-productive addresses from a mailing list.
Listwise adjOf or relating to lists or a list.
Listy adjResembling a list.
Lit n.A color, dye, hue, tint, stain. 2. a deep blush.
Lit vbTo run or light.
LitadjIlluminated. 2. (slang) intoxicated or under the influence of drugs; stoned. 3. (slang) sexually aroused (usually of a female), especially visibly sexually aroused. 4. (slang) excellent, fantastic; captivating.
Lit phr"Lit Up" - be merry on alcohol, be drunk or intoxicated.
Lite adj.Little, not too much, not much at all, little in magnitude. 2. small in degree, to a small extent.
Lith n.Limb, lith from lith. 2. joint, lith from limb; lith from bone. 3. A division of an orange. 4. one of the rings surrounding the base of a cow's horn. 5. division of a globe, sphere, ball, orange etc; by analogy a nation, tribe, minority, a member of.
Lith n.A slope, decline, incline, fall, declivity, brae, descent.
Lith phr"Lithe from Bone" - pull bone from joint.
Lith phr"Lith from Limb" - pull limb from joint.
Lith phr"Out Of Lith" - out of the joint.
Lithe nSense of hearing; hearing. 2. music, glee.
Lithe adj.Of persons, their actions, disposition, utterances: gentle, mild, meek. 2. of things, chiefly material things, soft, agreeable, mellow, pleasant. 3. of medicine: gentle, agreeable. 4. of water and weather: calm, serene, pleasant, mild, smooth, still. 5. in general: comfortable, sheltered, warm, easily bent, flexible, limbery, pliant, supple. 6. of broth, soup, potables: smooth and thick.
Lithe vbTo render mild, or gentle. 2. to influence a person. 3. to assuage, relieve, soothe, mitigate pain or grief. 4. render a limb suppl, flexiblee. 5. to subdue a person.
Lithe vb.To go or travel by sea, sail.
Lithely advGentle, graciously, meekly, mildly. 2. with pliant movement, flexibly, briskly, nimble.
Litheness nGentleness, meekness, mildness. 2. flexibility, suppleness; agility, nimbleness.
Lither nA sling (slang).
Lither adjOf persons and their actions, disposition: bad, wicked, base, unjust, rascally; lazy, sluggish, spiritless. 3. evil in an abstract sense. 4. of things: bad (in various senses, chiefly physical) - poor, sorry, ill-condition, ill-looking, worthless, hurtful. 5. of the body parts: withered, paralyzed, impotent. 6. of air: foul, pestilential. 7. agile, nimble, flexible.
Lither vbTo sling stones, to let fly, hurl. 2. to act wickedly.
Litherback nA slothful person.
Litherhood nWickedness.
Litherly adjSpiteful, mischievous. 2. idle, lazy.
Litherly advIn litherly manner: wickedly, deceitfully, viciously. 2. badly, meanly, wretchedly, idly, lazily of way and manner.
Litherness nWickedness, badness. 2. laziness, sloth, listfulness. 3. want of spirit, cowardice.
Lithers nBad men collectively.
Lithesome adjPliant, supple, agile.
Lithwort n"Sambucus Ebulus' or the dwarf elder.
Lithy adjPliable, flexible, supple. 2. weak, feeble,
Litten nA cemetery (lich - 'corpse' & 'tun' - enclosure.
Litten vbOE: wlitan - to look, look at.
Little adjOpposite to "great" often synonymous with small. 2. of material objects; portions of space etc,: small in size, not large or big. of persons: short in stature. 3. little one, referring to chidren, animals, pets etc. 4. Of collectives, groups: having few members. 5. small or few in quantity; bare, scarely complete. 6. of dimensions, distance, or period of time -- short in time or duration. 7. of qualities, emotions, conditions: small in extent or degree.
Little phr"A Little" - a small quantity; some, though not much.
Little phr"A Little Bird Told Me" - I know but will not say who told me. 2. i heard from an unnamable informant.
Little phr"A Little Bit Of ..." - used to suggest something is not severe or extreme. 2. only to a limited extent.
Little phr"A Little Bit of Bread and Cheese" - the song supposedly made by the bird, the Yellowhammer.
Little phr"A Little Goes a Long Way" - a particular substance is economical in use. 2. a good quality attitude or action may be effective beyond the degree it is shown or given. 3. a short experience of something/ somebody is as much good for one or as much as one can tolerate.
Little phr"Be A Little Tin God" - be a petty tyrant.
Little phr"In a Little" - in a few words.
Little phr"In Little" - on a small scale.
Little phr"Little by Little" - (lite by lite) - gradually, few; little in amount; not much. 2. of little magnitude, small, small in extent.
Little phr"Little Green Men" - extra-terrestrial beings.
Little phr"Little Heard Of" - almost unknown.
Little phr"Little Known" - not well known.
Little phr""Little Loved" - not very much or truly loved
Little phr"Little or None/Nothing" - not much, only a slight amount or degree; barely any.
Little phr"Little Tin God" - a petty tyrant.
Little phr"Many a Mickle Makes a Little" - little by little one can accumulate a great quantity or amount.
Little phr"Of Little Worth" - of no importance or value.
Little phr"So Little While" - for so short a time.
Little phr"Tall Oaks From Little Acorns Grow" - even major enterprises have small beginnings.
Little phr"The Little" - that which is little. 2. the common people (condescendingly)
Little phr"The Little Man" - the underdog as a type. 2. somebody who does not expect, and not expected, to achieve a desired and acknowledged status financially, socially or professionally. (see: 'the Little woman')
Little phr"The Little Woman" - (dated or facetious) somebody's wife; the married woman, esp. viewed in a stereotyped domestic role.
Little phr"Think Little Of" - have a poor opinion of.
Little black book nAn address book, especially in which the details of one's lovers are recorded (see 'black book).
Little-blessing nA curse.
Little brother nA sibling's younger brother (used especially by parents when speaking to their children).
Little-death n. No death at all, just a weakening, slight loss of consciousness or a grey-out, sleep
Little-end nThe smaller end of a connecting rod, attached to a piston.
Little-Englander nA term applied at the end of the C19th who was opposed to Imperialism as a doctrine arguing that British policy should concentrate on home affairs.
Little finger nThe smallest finger, at the outer end of the hand.
Little-good n.The devil. 2. a person who is consider of little worth. 2. the plant "Sunspurge" (Euphorbia Helioscopia).
Little green man nAn imaginary person of peculiar appearance, especially from outer space.
Little lady nAn affectionate term for one's wife or fiancee. 2. a conscending term for a female.
Little-man n(Jocular) the average man in the street.
Little-meal advlittle by little.
Little mother nA young girl who behaves maternally towards her younger siblings.
Littleness nThe state of being small, tiny or little.
Little-minded adjSmall-minded, trivial (in various senses).
Little-mindness nThe proprty or quality of being small-minded.
Littleness nThe property of being little; smallness.
Little-old adjA term used emphatically or affectionately or humorously for little, ordinary or harmless.
Little one nYoung children or animals.
Little Red Riding Hood nA fairy-tale about a young girl who goes to visit her sick grandmother only to meet a sly wolf disguised as a her grandmother - moral: beware of first appearances.
Little sister nA sibling's younger sister (used especially by parents when speaking to their children).
Little Tin God nA petty tyrant.
Little toe nThe smallest toe of the foot.
Little-what adv.To some degree, somewhat. 2. a small portion or quantity (of); somewhat.
Little woman nColloquially one's wife.
Littleworld n.A microcosm.
Little-worth adjValueless.
Littling n.A little child or a young animal.
Littlish adjSomewhat small or tiny.
Littly advIn a small, modest, undistinguished way.
Live vb.To be alive; to have life. 2. to have permanent residence somewhere.

3. to survive; to persevere; to continue. 4. hyperbole: to cope; just have to live with it. 5. to spend, as one's life; to pass; to maintain; to continue in, constantly or habitually.

Live phr"Live a Lie" - pursue a false, dishonest way of life.
Live phr"Live and Learn" - ones learn (by bitter experience). 2. to live and learn: see "One Lives and Learns".
Live phr"Live and Let Live" - be unconcerned what other people do, as long as they tolerate what one does oneself.
Live phr"Live Away" - to live a life of extravagance.
Live phr"Live Beyond One's Income" - spend more than one can afford.
Live phr"Live By One's Wits" - survive using cunning, one's mental ability(rather than, for example, by hard work.)
Live phr"Live by the Sword, Fall by the Sword" - one who uses violence to achieve their aims, can expect viloent responses from others.
Live phr"Lived In" - have a comfortable, settled look of a home.
Live phr"Live Down" - to live so as to refute or subdue. 2. live down slander, get used to something shameful. 3. live in such a way that one's failings, etc are forgotten.
Live phr"Live For" - have as one's main reasons for living, as family, work, hobby.
Live phr"Live Forever" - live eternally, everlastingly.
Live phr"Live From Hand to Mouth" - being in poor financial circumstances to survive with little way of of safety margin. 2. to eke out a meager livelihood. 3. to exist on the barest minimum
Live phr"Live High" - to live luxuriously.
Live phr"Live In" - have as one's home or dwelling. 2. reside in the building etc where one works.
Live phr"Live in Clover" - having a very good future. 2. in a very good situation, esp. financially.
Live phr"Live in Hope (of)" - look optimistically for an improvement.
Live phr"Live in Sin" - cohabitation, unmarried but living as man and wife.
Live phr}"Live In the Fast Lane" - a very active, but a very risky way to live.
Live phr"Live It Up" - to live gaily and extravagance. 2. live an enjoyable, easy pleasure-filled life.
Live phr"Live Life to the Fullest" - live a very full life, without fear of possible consequences.
Live phr"Live Like a Lord" - live in luxury.
Live phr"Live Like Fighting Cocks" - live well - on good food.
Live phr"Liven Up" - become or make more cheerful or lively, as a party, lecture, a task.
Live phr"Live Off" - to depend on another financially. 2. to survive by eating a certain food, survive on raw fish. 3. have as one's diet.
Live phr"Live Off the Fat of the Land" - live in luxury. 2. enjoy the best food, drink, lodgings, entertainment, etc.
Live phr"Live Off the Land" - obtain sustenance from the produce of the countryside without payment.
Live phr"Live On" - to survive, endure, as fame or reputation. 2. feed and support oneself on a certain or stated amount, or from a certain source, as income, rent, charity
Live phr"Live On One's Own" - live alone, by one's self.
Live phr"Live One's Own Life" - to follow one's own plans and principles. 2. to live independently.
Live phr"Live On the Edge" - to have an adventurous, risky lifestyle. 2. to behave in a manner which is risky, and often perilous. 3. to be caught in an economic, or societal situation which one did not choose, which threatens one's well-being.
Live phr"Live On Top of One Another" - to live in a very crowded or overcrowded conditions.
Live phr"Live Out" - to complete a term of life. 2. survive to the end of a period of time. 3. reside away from the place where one works (though it might be possible to live in).
Live phr"Live Out of" - not have a settled life, or fixed address, as live out of a suitcase.
Live phr"Live Out of a Can/Tin" - subsist on canned food - which are easily prepared- usually because other foods are hard to buy or cook.
Live phr"Live Out One's Days" - spend one's whole life in certain circumstances, occupation, location.
Live phr"Live Over Again" - relive; experience again in the imagination, as a bitter experience, etc.
Live phr"Live Rough" - live in difficult conditions, with few or no amenities.
Live phr"Live Something Down" - lead a normal life until a misdeed is forgotten.
Live phr"Live Through" - to have the experience of and survive.
Live phr"Live To Fight Another Day" - have another chance to engage in a fight, contest, confrontation etc, either because one has not been too badly beaten to try again or because (as in the full quotation given first) ('He that fights and runs away! May live to fight another day).
Live phr"Live Together" - live in a state of cohabitation. 2. live in the same house, as husband and wife, but without being married.
Live phr"Live to Oneself" - live in isolation.
Live phr"Live to See the Day" - survive until the time whe something happens often (the impplication being that one may die first instead)
Live phr"Live To Tell the Tale" - survive an experience so that one may tell others what actually happened (the implication being that one might have died in the course of it).
Live phr"Live Under" - experience the rule of a dictator, monarch, discplinarian.
Live phr"Live Under the Roof Of" - reside in the same house.
Live phr"Live Up" - to live on a high level. 2. to take a high intellectual or position.
Live phr"Live Up To" - to act with full accordance with principles. 2. push one's spending to the utmost limit. 3. reach a standard that one has set set oneself; or that is expected of one.
Live phr"Live Well" - to have abundance of food, feed luxuriously, live very comfortably. 2. live virtuously or a virtuous life.
Live phr"Live With" - live together, live in a state of cohabitation. 2. endure something that is unpleasant; accept. 3. accept a situation that is difficult, unpleasant, live-threatening.
Live phr"Live With Oneself" - to retain one's self respect.
Live phr"Live With the Hounds" - to keep up the pace.
Live phr"Long Live" - an exclamation of loyalty (to a person...specified).
Live phr"One Lives and Learns" - one picks up many useful or surprizing pieces of information,has often to adjust one's opinion in the course of one' s life.
Live phr"The King is Dead, Long Live the King" - an announcement that the monarch who has just died. "long live the King" refers to the heir who immediately succeeds to the throne upon the death of the preceding monarch. 2. may he, she or it live for a long time, may he/she prosper.
Live phr"Where One Lives" - at or to the right or vital point.
Live phr"Within One's Lifetime" - within one's memory or experience.
Live adj.Of a mineral, rock: native, unwrought. 2. of air, in its native, pure.
Live-and-let-live adjOf, pertaining to, or following a belief in tolerance.
Live-bearer nA fish that retains eggs within its body, and gives birth to live, free-swimming young.
Live-bearing nThat gives birth or bears live off-spring; viviparous.
Live-birth n.Fact of a child being born alive.
Live-born adjBorn alive.
Live-broken adjBroken on the wheel. 2. shattered emotionally by trauma.
Lived adjPossessed or endowed with a certain kind of length of life. 2. that has been lived or passed through. 3. that is expressed in one's life.
Lived-in adj.Occupied, inhabited, well-worn.
Live-for-ever nA garden herb, (sedum telephum).
Live-goods nLivestock, including horses, cattle, sheep, goats, fowl etc.
Live-in n.A resident, living in an establishment (as opposed to "living out" or at home). 2. one who lives (cohabitation) with another, as in the expression "live-in-lover."
Live-in-idleness nThe pansy or the heartease, the love-in-idleness.
Live-in-Lover nOne who lives (cohabitation) with another,
Live-knot nA sound and firm knot.
Live-like adj.Resembling a living person.
Livelihood n.Coarse of life. lifetime, kind or manner of life, conduct. 2. means of living, sustenance, maintenance. 3. corporal sustenance, food, victuals. 4. income, revenue, stipend, emoluments. 5. property yielding an income, landed or inherited property; an estate, inheritance, patrimony.
Livelily advIn a lively manner.
Liveliness adj.Vivacity, living form or original. 2. the condition of being alive. 3. activity, vigour, vividness, vivacity.
Live load nA temporary or varying load imposed on a structure by being put to use, antonym 'dead load'. 2. a moving load or variable force acting on a structure.
Livelock nIn computing, a livelock occurs when there are overlapping shared locks that prevent another process from acquiring the exclusive lock it needs. In everyday terms, an example of a 'livelock' occurs when two people trying to pass one another in a narrow passageway, but are both too polite to push pass. (See 'deadlock').
Live-locked adjUnable to go forward because of a livelock.
Live lode nThe course of life. 2. means of support; livelihood.
Livelong n.Sedum Telephium, orpine
Livelong adjTotal, complete, whole, throughout, as 'I've been at it all through the night'.
Livelong adj.An emotional intensive of long, used of a period of time. 2. lasting, enduring, longevity.
Lively adv.Animated, life-like, vivid, actively, briskly, vigorously, nimbly. 2. promptly, at once, belively. 3. in a lifelike manner, vividly. 4. clearly, plainly.
Lively-speaking adjSpeaking with vigor and animation.
Liven vbTo put life into, inspire, enliven, brighten up. 2. to grow lively.
Liven phr"Liven Up" - become or make more cheerful or lively, as a party, lecture, a task.
Livener nSomething that enlivens, a pick-me-up.
Liveness nQuality or condition of being alive.
Livening adjThat enlivens or cheers. 2. that grows lively or bright.
Live oak nOne of the several evergreen trees with very hard timber of the oak family native in the United states , especially Quercus virgiana
Live one nSomeone who easily fooled, victimized, or ridiculed; a chump, dupe, sucker. 2. someone who is eccentric, non-conformist, or somewhat peculiar, a nut, odd-ball, weirdo. 3. a person, thing, situation which is particularly interesting, noteworthy or urgent.
Liver n.The largest glandular organ of vetrebrates, situated near to diaphragm on the right side of the body, secreting bile and purifies the blood. The liver is the second largest (after the skin) organ in the human body and the largest gland (weighing an average of 1500 g). It lies under the diaphragm in the right upper abdomen and mid-abdomen and extends to the left upper abdomen.
Liver n.One who lives or exists; a dweller. 2. one who lives of life of pleasure.
Liver phr"Line of the Liver" - the line which stretches from the wrist (near the line of life) to the base of the little finger.
Liver-brown nDark-brown.
Livered adjCoagulated, clotted. 2. heavy (of eating).
Liver-hearted adjCowardly, white-livered person.
Liver-hearted adjCowardly, meek, fearful.
Liverish adjResenbling or characteristic of a liver in some aspect.
Liverishness nSymptoms attributed to a disordered condition of the liver.
Liverleaf nThe liverwort, hepatica.
Liverless adjThat has no liver. 2. deprived of a liver.
Liver-like adjResembling or characteristic of a liver and its meat.
Livery adj.Of the constituency or color of liver (of oil): heavy, tenacious.
Liver-salt nsalts to cure dyspepsia and biliousness.
Liver-shape nThe liver has the general shape of a prism or wedge, with its base to the right and its apex to the left. It is pinkish brown in color, with a soft consistency, and is highly vascular and easily friable.
Liverspot nThe dark brown spot, blemish or mark on the skin, usu, caused by by exposure to the sun.
Liverweight adjThe weight and size of a human or animal liver.
Liverwort nA type of bryophtye named from the belief that some species of the plant look like liver and were thought useful in treating liver conditions.
Livery adj.Of the constituency or color of liver (of oil): heavy, tenacious.
Live-shape nIn Drawing a polygon (using the Polygon tool) one creates a Live Shape. You'll notice the corner widget like you saw with a rectangle Live Shape which allows you to easily change the corners of the polygon. This Live Shape however contains an additional adornment that is the shape of a rhombus (diamond).
Live-shell nAn unexploded shell.
Live-steam nSteam supplied direct from a boiler, before or doing its work in a cylinder; distinguished from exhaust steam.
Livestock n.Domestic animals generally, esp cows, horses pigs. 2. animals of any kind kept for farm use or profit. 3. (sl) body vermin, such as fleas or lice.
Lives-wet nBlood; life's-wet.
Liveware n.As opposed to hardware; people, personel, as distinct from inanimate or abstract things they work with; spec. computer personnel.
Live-wight n.A living thing.
Live-wire n.A wire through which an electric current is passing. 2. person full of energy and enthusiasm.
Living adjHaving life. 2. in use or existing; life, alive. 3. of everyday life. 4. true to life. 5. used as an intensifier, as 'living hell'.
Living nThe state of being alive. 2. financial means; a means of maintaining life; livelihood. 3. style of life, as 'plain living' 5.(canon law) a position in a church (usually the Church of England) that has attached to it a source of income; an ecclesiastical benefice
Living phrIn the Land of the Living" - among those who are alive.
Living phr"Living End" - a person or thing, etc. that is about as much as one can stand. 2. the utmost in any situation, something that extraordinary.
Living phrLiving Hell" - a person or thing, etc. that is about as much as one can stand.
Living phr"Make a Living" - to earn enough money to support oneself, and, if applicable, one's family.
Living phr"The Living" - those who are alive.
Living-days n.Life itself, the days of one's life; the living years.
Living-dead nThe undead, a zombie. 2. one whose life that is so full of suffering that he/she would be better of dead.
Living death n.State of misery not deseving the name of life. 2. a life that is so full of suffering that it would be better of dead.
Living-in n.The practice of living an employer's residence
Livingless adjWithout a living.
Livingly advIn a living state, really vitality. 2. in a living state or manner, by course or way of life.
Livingness n.Quality, condition or fact of being alive or living; vigour, vivacity.
Living room nA room in a house for general and informal everyday use.
Living thing nAn organism that display the key characteristics of life. The characteristics include the ability to grow, reproduce, take in and use energy, excrete waste, respond to the environment and possess an organized structure more complex than that of non-living things.
Living will nA written statement of dealing a person desires future medical 6treatment in circumstances in which they likely are no longer able to express informed conset, especially an advance directive.
Living years nThe period of one's life.
Livish adjSomewhat live or alive, or lively.
Livishly advIn somewhat of a livish manner