Definition of Luskish

1. a. Inclined to be lazy.



Definition of Luskish

1. Adjective. (obsolete) lazy ¹

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Definition of Luskish

1. lazy [adj] - See also: lazy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Luskish

lushed
lusher
lushers
lushes
lushest
lushier
lushiest
lushing
lushly
lushness
lushnesses
lushy
lusk
lusked
lusking
luskish (current term)
lusks
lusorious
lussheburgh
lussheburghs
lust after
lust for learning
lusted
luster
lustered
lustering
lusterless
lusterlessly

Literary usage of Luskish

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1. Nathan Bailey's Dictionary, English-German and German-English: Englisch by Nathan Bailey (1810)
"... adj. negligent, lazy, careless, heedless, inattentive, »lighting, luskish: — oar. negligently, lazily, carelessly, heedlessly, ..."

2. The Making of Ireland and Its Undoing, 1200-1600 by Alice Stopford Green (1908)
"Diligent Englishmen " were needed to replace these "luskish loiterers," and so fair a land made perfect by " the bringing in of a better race. ..."

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