- adj. UK lukewarm
- From Middle English luke, leuke, lewke ("lukewarm, tepid"), from an unexplained variant or extension of Middle English lewe ("warm, lukewarm, tepid"), from Old English hlēow ("warm"), perhaps due to confusion with Old English wlæc ("tepid, lukewarm, cool"). (Wiktionary)
“I remember that princess leia washes a car while luke is tied up.”
“After you have made all of the vadas, place the vadas in luke warm water and soak for about 20 minutes.”
“Rest in peace. simon im absolutely gutted, cool hand luke is my top film of all time. orange cinema he was such a class act. a certain role model to anyone in the industry. r.i.p. mr. newman”
“And to the maid, Tell Heppie to wash those cups in luke-warm water.”
“As to myself, if I curse not, I act; and as for my motives for what you call luke-warmness, and I call common humanity, you will please to let them alone! ”
“We were shown some test footage of an athlete who uses a form of martial arts athleticism I’ve never seen before called luke kicking or tricking.”
“So if anyone has any tips on what to do (or whom) whilst in Scotland then, if it suits my disposition, add it to my "list of things to do in Scotland" which so far consists of - eat haggis, eat deep-fried mars bar, try heroin, drink some whisky, buy something tartan, say "luke" instead of "look" a lot.”
“A luke-warm response would be a disaster for the media ratings.”
“Leave it on for about 20 minutes and rinse off with luke warm water.”
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