Synonyms ( L )

Labor

( Noun )

International Labor Organization, located in Geneva, is a powerful boby.
Synonyms:

Work; Toil; Exertion; Drudgery; Industry


Lack

( Noun )

Lack of minimum knowledge of English is affecting his living in Canada.
Synonyms: 

Need; Shortage; Deficiency; Want


Large

( Adjective )

Drainage problems are commom to all the large cities like Mumbai.
Synonyms:

Big; Mammoth; Great;; Monumental


Lawful

( Adjective )

Only lawful approach will help us to resolve these problems.
Synonyms: 

Rightful; Legal; Fair; Legitimate


Lazy

( Adjective )

I am too lazy to rise early in the morning.
Synonyms:

Idle; Sluggish; Indolent; Unemployed; Slow; Slothful; Delinquent


Leader

( Noun )

He is not a leader of high repute.
Synonyms:

Guide; Guru; Teacher; Director; Conductor; Principal; Politician


Learn

( Verb )

Learn swimming when you are young so that you will be healthy.
Synonyms:

Acquire; Memorize; Discover; Attain; Imbibe; Detect; Trace


 Learning

( Noun )

Learning swimming in this shallow water is a difficult affair.
Synonyms:

Scholarship; Erudition; Knowledge; Understanding


Lengthy

( Adjective )

The people were enthusiastic enough to hear his lengthy speech.
Synonyms: 

Tedious; Diffused; Detailed; Prolix; Spread


Lessen

( Noun )

This medicine will certainly lessen the pain to some extent.
Synonyms:

Lighten; Assuage; Allay; Mitigate; Soften; Temper


Liberal

( Adjective )

He is liberal of promises, but not of money.
Synonyms: 
Plentiful; Tolerant; Profuse; Free; Progressive; Generous; Flexible


Liberty

( Noun )

They fought to defend their liberty.
Synonyms: 
Emancipation; Freedom; Independence; Licence; Permission


Lie

( Noun )

This book is nothing but a pack of lies.
Synonyms: 
Falsehood; Untruth; Prevarication; Quibble; Practice; Collusion


Lift

( Verb )

This book is heavy for me to lift.
Synonyms: 

Exalt; Erect; Raise; Elevate; Hoist


Likely

( Adjective )

This looks a likely field for mushrooms.
Synonyms: 
Apt; Reasonable; Presumable; Liable; Credible; Possible; Conceivable


Lively

( Adjective )

The patient seems little more lively this morning.
Synonyms: 
Vivid; Vigorous; Brisk; Keen; Vivacious; Spirited


Lonely

( Adjective )

This lonely mountain village has produced many poets of high repute.
Synonyms: 
Solitary; Desolate; Isolated; Deserted; Alone; Single


Lock

( Verb )

This door locks easily.
Synonyms: 
Behold; Inspect; See; Watch; View; Stare; Gaze; Discern; Observe; Regard; Survey; Arrest


Loud

( Adjective )

The bomb exploded with a loud noise.
Synonyms: 
Noisy; Vociferous; Clamorous; Boisterous; Sound


Love

( Noun )

Show love towards yours neighbours.
Synonyms: 
Affection; Fondness; Charity; Liking; Regard; Friendship; Tenderness; Attraction


Luck

( Noun )

My luck is out.
Synonyms: 
Fortune; Chance; Prosperity; Good; Stroke


Loving

( Adjective )

Loving husbands are in heavy demand all over the world.
Synonyms: 
Affectionate; Devoted; Fond; Ardent; Dear; Solicitors


 

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