[ lohs-tawft, -toft, -tuhf ]
/ ˈloʊs tɔft, -tɒft, -təf /
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a seaport in NE Suffolk, in E England: famous for a type of china.
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How to use Lowestoft in a sentence
He visited the fishing port of Lowestoft, and then walked down the coast to Southwold.Walking In The Footsteps Of W.G. Sebald, Hiker, Novelist, Strange Genius|Edward Platt|June 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He has represented Lowestoft at St. Stephen's—one of the most important fishing centres in the country—for many years past.
My gal's a Lowestoft gal, and she've come up here, so I'm ready for her Sunday out to-morrow.
This time Joe had English company, and the two men had a good time until the tug picked them up off Lowestoft.
Great is the joy and rejoicing, as well can be imagined, at Lowestoft when the herring season comes on.East Anglia|J. Ewing Ritchie
It was at Lowestoft that 'Lais' first gave 'Varuna' a taste of her quality, as she beat the latter by 13 mins.Yachting Vol. 2|Various.
British Dictionary definitions for Lowestoft
/ (ˈləʊstɒft) /
a fishing port and resort in E England, in NE Suffolk on the North Sea. Pop: 68 340 (2001)
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