Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See lash.
  • See lash.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Ce disant, il lasche un pistolet, et luy perce un bras.

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  • The trial court's recommendations and the record of any proceedings conducted shall be returned to this Court within sixty (60) days of the date of this order. lachesce laschesce negligence, from Old French lasche lax, ultimately from Latin laxare to loosen, from undue delay in asserting a right or privilege

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  • Billy lasche / whiplash choppers: "I've been making hon-zuki's and stuff - parts off every bike I have stuff in the old junk yard, and it's not junk anymore."

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  • Billy lasche / whiplash choppers: "I have to call up salvage yards and restore the parts or use japanese or american parts to make it work."

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  • Billy lasche / whiplash choppers: "People started to call about I have an old bike in my shop I rode in college and would you consider working on it."

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