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  • n. Plural form of louse.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of louse.


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  • His description of his sufferings from 'louses', when he slept in a Dutch farm, were pathetic, and ever since, he sleeps in his cart, with the little boy; and they bathe in the nearest river, and eat their lawful food and drink their water out of doors.

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  • Democrats "need to stop being gentlemen and start being rats and louses like the rest of them," she said.

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  • Leaving ashes too small for the other Ghoul louses!


  • Maybe we should help those who are losing their homes, because they are not the incompetent louses that many around here seem to suggest.

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  • All I want to do is get the hell out of there before that stupid phone rings again with Kyle on the other end suffering from an attack of sentimentality and louses up my deal.

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  • "I'll never get a job in this economy," "Republicans are louses," are some common ones.

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  • For you, the whole thing is one big rotten contradiction, and its adherents total louses.

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  • Out of the thugs, rats, and louses who make up the cast of characters, Spade is the one who sends the others to prison.

    Thin Man, Thick Plot

  • Wilder presents this wicked satire with a vicious wit that spares no joke at the expense of the philandering, manipulative, dishonest louses who populate the upper echelons of business management.

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  • And they've got to cut their losses and get out or they're going to lose the presidency ignominiously in 2008 and suffer more louses in the House and Senate.

    CNN Transcript Aug 26, 2007


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