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Words nearby Loos
Definition for loos (2 of 5)
noun, plural loos.
verb (used with object), looed, loo·ing.
Origin of loo1
Definition for loos (3 of 5)
noun, plural loos. British Informal.
Origin of loo2
Definition for loos (4 of 5)
verb (used with or without object), looed, loo·ing, noun, plural loos. Chiefly Northern U.S.
Definition for loos (5 of 5)
noun, plural loos, verb (used with or without object), looed, loo·ing.
Example sentences from the Web for loos
Our daily work was making reserve defences, trenches, deep dugouts, and machine-gun emplacements between Vermelles and Loos.Q.6.a and Other places|Francis Buckley
They were the men who had surrendered from deep dugouts in the trenches between us and Loos and from the cellars of Loos itself.Now It Can Be Told|Philip Gibbs
To reach them one had to pass through Maroc and along a road on the outskirts of Loos.The Great War As I Saw It|Frederick George Scott
The Loos offensive was no exception, and for many days anxious thoughts and prayers had filled our hearts.On the King's Service|Innes Logan
The British have taken four lines of German trenches for a distance of over five miles in the vicinity of Loos.Trenching at Gallipoli|John Gallishaw