Definition of Looffuls

1. loofful [n] - See also: loofful



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Looffuls

loobies
loobiest
loobily
looby
looch
looches
looed
looey
looeys
loof
loofa
loofah
loofahs
loofas
loofful
looffuls (current term)
loofs
loogaroo
loogaroos
loogie
loogies
looie
looies
looing
look
look'd
look-alike
look-alikes
look-down, shoot-down
look-in

Literary usage of Looffuls

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1. Lean's Collectanea by Vincent Stuckey Lean, Julia Lucy Woodward (1903)
"... tak thrie looffuls (handfuls) of the waiter and put within the stoupe, and quhen thou comes home put it in thy ..."

2. Legends and Superstitions of the Sea and of Sailors in All Lands and at All by Fletcher S. Bassett (1885)
"... take three looffuls (spoonsful) of the water, and put within the stoupe, and quhen thou comes hame, put it in thy kime, and there will get thy profit ..."

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