Lothly
Loth Loth, a., Lothly Loth"ly, a. & adv., Lothsome Loth"some, a., See {Loath}, {Loathly}, etc. [1913 Webster]

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  • lothly — /lohth lee, lohdh /, adv. Rare. loathly1. * * * …   Universalium

  • lothly — /lohth lee, lohdh /, adv. Rare. loathly1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Loth — Loth, a., Lothly Loth ly, a. & adv., Lothsome Loth some, a., See {Loath}, {Loathly}, etc. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Lothsome — Loth Loth, a., Lothly Loth ly, a. & adv., Lothsome Loth some, a., See {Loath}, {Loathly}, etc. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • loathly — /ˈloʊθli/ (say lohthlee) adjective 1. → loathsome. –adverb 2. Obsolete reluctantly; unwillingly. {Middle English lothly from Old English lāthlic, from lāth hateful + lic like; see ly} …   Australian English dictionary

  • loath|ly — loath|ly1 «LOHTH lee», adjective. = loathsome. (Cf. ↑loathsome) ╂[Old English lāthlīc < lāth hostile] loath|ly2 «LOHTH lee, LOHTH », adverb. unwillingly; reluctantly. Also, lothly. ╂[Old English lāthlīce < lāth hostile] …   Useful english dictionary

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