Definition of Louing

1. lou [v] - See also: lou



Louing Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Louing

loudspeaker
loudspeaker system
loudspeakers
loue
loued
louely
louer
louers
loues
loufah sponge
lough
loughlinite
loughs
louie
louies
louing (current term)
louis d'or
louis d'ors
louk
loukoum
loukoumades
loukoumi
loukoums
louma
loumas
loun
lound
lounded
lounder
loundered

Literary usage of Louing

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1. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1842)
"... a fauour,—if our comedie And merry scene deserue a plaudite, Let louing hands, loude sounding in the ayre, Cause Timon to the citty to repaire. ..."

2. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1842)
"... a fauour,—if our comedie And merry scene deserue a plaudite, Let louing hands, loude sounding in the ayre, Cause Timon to the citty to repaire. t-ONDON: ..."

3. History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania: From the Discovery of the by George Smith (1862)
"To my very louing friends, ... for Running the said two days Journey, I do hereby appoint and authorize my louing friend Benjamin Chambers of Philadelphia, ..."

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