- louche + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Moments of jazzy loucheness offered an implicit reminder that Scott Joplin died the year this revised work was completed, 1917.”
“There's a hip-swinging looseness to the grooves, and loucheness to the vocals four of the six members take turns singing lead, that's instantly uplifting.”
“It would be easy to see Sage as selfish – and how I wish she had written a sequel to Bad Blood to describe how she combined motherhood with her work, as well as detailing the loucheness of her literary life – but I don't think she was.”
“And yet he is already so much more acceptable in his grossness and loucheness, and fascinating for it, than he was even just a little more than a week ago.”
“Seeing the underrated Randall playing anything other than a prissy neurotic is a rare treat, and here his character exuded a self-loathing loucheness so oily that if he had had a mustache, it would have slid off.”
“There is nothing here of the loucheness of the old Le Cirque (now a private dining room), with its air-kissing blondes in Chanel suits ordering chicken without the skin.”
“Bulgaria are bereft of the Marlboro-powered loucheness of Dimitar Berbatov, England toiled on forlornly without prodigious passer Paul Scholes.”
“Towards the end she was almost unrecognisable from the bouncy, suburban young woman who first rose to fame: stick thin apart from the surgical enhancements, with an erratic beehive hairdo and multiple tattoos; a cartoon of immoderate loucheness.”
“A burgundy jacket paired with fluid, colour-blocked trousers had that cool loucheness.”
“The pace is often pedestrian/middling, sometimes successfully evoking a sexy loucheness - as on 'Wouldn't You', or the S”
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