- n. informal Lieutenant.
“April 18, 2010 at 7:01 am adn tel looie aiz busee.”
“I really think the art deco-y squiggles on the brownish cake are kinda cool, but the effect was altered somewhat when someone carelessly "hawked a looie" on it. *tsk tsk*”
“Maybe his looie did a Calley and he went along, and maybe the only way he can deal with the world is not to come back to it.”
“They stole the British officer's bottled goods and trafficked unlawfully with the natives for fowls and vegetables to take to the American hospital, rounded up a dangerous band of seven spies operating behind our lines, but made such nuisances of themselves, especially the wild Australian "second looie," that he was ordered back to Archangel.”
“We were on maneuvers during the monsoon season with a 1st looie learning to be an XO.”
“HANG A LOOIE: "If you hang a looie at the next light, we'll lose them.”
“Near the town the foil is looie and fandy, but farther from the river it is a fine black mould.”
Internet Archive: A Collection of voyages round the world [microform] : performed by royal authority : containing a complete historical account of Captain Cook's first, second, third and last voyages, undertaken for making new discoveries, &c. ... to which are added genuine narratives of other voyages of discovery round the world, &c. viz. those of Lord Byron, Capt. Wallis, Capt. Carteret, Lord Mulgrave, Lord Anson, Mr. Parkinson, Capt. Lutwidge, Mess. Ives, Middleton, Smith, &c. &c. ... being the most elegant and perfect work of the kind
“In the afternoon we pafied feveral pieces of looie”
Internet Archive: An authentic narrative of a voyage performed by Captain Cook and Captain Clerke, in His Majesty's ships Resolution and Discovery during the years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779 and 1780 [microform] : in search of a North-West passage between the continents of Asia and America : including a faithful account of all their discoveries, and the unfortunate death of Captain Cook : illustrated with a chart and a variety of cuts
“But thefe calamities did not reclaim him from the looie and diflblute life which he led without any regard to religion or the laws: in the fixth year of his reign, his wife being dead, he forced Euphrofyne, the daughter of Conflantine Porphyr6genituS | out of a monaftery, where file had led from her infancy a reclufe life, and married her.”
“Armentjeres,, a? large town, four leagues diflant from LiQe,. contains no - thing particular, and is remarkable only for tiaving a number of large dogs ho - longing to the garrifon,. which are turned looie every night, and are faid to poffcfs a remarkable degree of fagacity in difco - vering Itrangcrs from the inhabitants*”
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