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loopdy

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a big loop that flips
    Word History: I read the book Frindle and made a word.
    Example Sentence: The rollercoaster had a big loopdy.
    Submitted by: Lil'G from Alabama on 09/13/2007 09:34

loopinscan

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a cute and adorable penguin
    Example Sentence: I think that baby loopinscans are really cute.
    Submitted by: Shannon from New Mexico, USA on 11/22/2011 12:49

loopintiago

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a very weird coincidence
    Word History: My really weird friend who pretends he can speak a different language told me that a really weird coincidence is a loopintiago in his language.
    Example Sentence: When I saw another boy getting his hair cut at the barber, it was a big loopintiago!
    Submitted by: Axel from MO, USA on 10/01/2007 04:59

loopreme

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: full of loops: making many loops
    Example Sentence: That roller coaster was loopreme!
    Submitted by: Danny from MA, USA on 12/18/2008 11:41

loopsided

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: crazy and lightheaded
    Word History: loopy and lopsided mixed together
    Example Sentence: Wow, he is loopsided!
    Submitted by: Little Touchdown from Texas, U.S.A. on 09/25/2007 04:56

loopy-loop

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to tie a pair of shoes with loops
    Example Sentence: He had to loopy-loop his untied shoes.
    Submitted by: Melkris from PA, USA on 04/21/2008 08:41

loosatagious

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: not caring: being relaxed and making others feel relaxed
    Example Sentence: He is being very loosatagious.
    Submitted by: Emily from Michigan, USA on 12/18/2008 05:23

looshones

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: feeling sick from something
    Example Sentence: I am so looshones.
    Submitted by: Eli3abeth from AZ, USA on 09/23/2008 10:49

lootealm

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to steal a tiny thing
    Word History: "loot" comes from loot, "eal" comes from steal, and "m" is for mouse
    Example Sentence: He is thinking about how to lootealm her pebble without the teacher seeing.
    Submitted by: Lily from MD, USA on 12/24/2007 02:13

lootful

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: very rich
    Word History: from "loot"
    Example Sentence: The lootful CEO owned seven homes.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from PA, USA on 04/14/2009 02:22