louse

[ noun lous; verb lous, louz ]SEE DEFINITION OF louse

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOUSE

Said the other: "I will become a louse, so as to be able to stay always in her bosom."

The man might be a louse, but he was also a fighting machine of first order, still.

Dont claw your back as if after a flea; or your head, as if after a louse.

There's always stuff in the way to louse up a good flight plan.

The man has not the soul of a louse, and as for her, she's the finest gold!

"I too know it wasn't a louse," he answered, looking strangely at her.

I discovered my first louse while I was at luncheon in the trenches.

He is not a louse, like the papers have been making him out.

"Awa wi' ye, or a'll louse the dog," an honest woman was saying.

Or does that louse Emory deliberately saddle me with them when I'm on a mission?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LOUSE

miscreant

nounperson who is very bad, immoral
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