[ loh-is ]


  1. a female given name.

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Example Sentences

Lois is a long sleeper, who’s a lark and typically always been a lark.

Lois and Stephen James are sleep researchers and professors at Washington State University’s College of Nursing.

Lois and Stephen James have been studying these issues empirically, in the realm of policing especially, in their lab at Washington State.

Craig did the construction, Lois the costumes, Craig’s daughters the set decoration.

And they went after the IRS, claiming to be victims of Lois Lerner, just to make sure.

But Lois Leveen, author of the novel 'Juliet's Nurse,' says good things happen when authors brazenly borrow from the Bard.

Missing from much of the action were Lois Griffin and Marge Simpson.

When it comes to dystopian, young adult fiction, Lois Lowry was the trailblazer.

“I have believed what happened in your agency with Lois Lerner is a crime,” said Rep. Mike Turner (R-OH).

The large lady and the clerk having compromised on fifty words, Lois took a blank and wrote her telegram.

But it was ghastly that poor Lois had to know that it was she, in all innocence, who fired the shot that killed her friend.

There is nobody there now but Aunt Lois and foolish Tom, and we can probably bind him out next spring.'

Lois' nose went up into the air, or rather would have gone, were it not so flat and heavy she could not elevate it.

A few chosen friends were there, and Lois and Dan were decked out in all the colors of the rainbow.