LUL

Part of speech: verb

To soothe to rest; calm; quiet; abate.

Part of speech: noun

An abatement, as of noise; calm.

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Usage examples "lul":

  1. Kent, you're good for twenty years, at the very lul- least! - "The Grafters", Francis Lynde.
  2. The words, which fit in too neatly for it to be an adaptation, are the familiar " You spotted snakes"; but, though he is bitter with Mendelssohn for repeating " so good night" so often, he cheerfully cuts out one " lul- la," surely a grievous thing to do for one so correct! - "Shakespeare and Music", Christopher Wilson.
  3. " Lul- luke," resumed Racey, " Jack Harpe's offered us a job, too, an' we're gonna take him up instead of the Bar S. Huh- how's that?" - "The Heart of the Range", William Patterson White.