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levity.noun
the state or quality of being light; buoyancy; excessive or unseemly frivolity; lack of steadiness; changeableness

letter.noun,.plural.letters
literal meaning (had to adhere to the letter of the law); if you say that someone carries out instructions to the letter, you mean that they do exactly what they are asked to do, paying great attention to every detail (she obeyed his instructions to the letter); the strict or exacting.sense or significance (the letter of the law)
of the letter.or.to the letter.idiom
to the last detail; exactly (followed instructions to the letter); 2Corinthians 3:6 "...not of the letter, but of the spirit..."
letter.noun,.plural.letters
a written symbol or character representing a speech sound and being a component of an alphabet; written or printed communication directed to a person or an organization
letterer.noun,.plural.letterers
letter, lettered, lettering, letters.verbs
transitive verb sense or use.to write letters on; to write in letters
intransitive verb sense or use.to write or form letters; to earn a school letter, as for outstanding athletic achievement (she lettered in three collegiate sports)

literal.adjective
the literal sense of a word or phrase is its most basic sense; literal means the outward rite; a literal translation is one in which you translate each word of the original work rather than giving the meaning of each expression or sentence using words that sound natural (a literal translation of the name 'Tapies' is 'walls'); the literal meaning of a word or expression is its basic or original meaning (a trade war is not a war in the literal sense); according with the letter of the scriptures (examples from ancient Emmanuel's and David's life of how the spiritual supersedes the physical meaning of the letter of the law); adhering to fact or to the ordinary construction or primary meaning of a term or expression; actual; if you describe something as the literal truth or a literal fact, you are emphasizing that it is true; characterized by a concern mainly with facts (a very literal man); exact, verbatim-({word for word} a literal translation); according with the letter of the scriptures; adhering to fact or to the ordinary construction or primary meaning of a term or expression; actual; free from exaggeration or embellishment (the literal truth)
literality, literalness.nouns
literally.adjective
exactly as is being said (the views are literally breath-taking); you use literally to emphasize that what you are saying is true, even though it seems exaggerated or surprising (putting on an opera is a tremendous enterprise involving literally hundreds of people); in a literal manner; word for word (translated the Greek passage literally, don't take my remarks literally; really; actually (there are people in the world who literally do not know how to boil water); used as an intensive before a figurative expression
literatim.adverb
letter for letter (a word transcribed literatim)

logic.noun
a set of perceptual operations, therefor logic has a time structure, different than intuition; the science of correct reasoning; necessary connection or outcome as through the working of cause and effect; four kinds of reasoning:.analogy, deduction, experience, induction; compare illogical; logic is a method of reasoning that involves a series of statements, each of method must be true if the statement before it is true; the logic of a conclusion or an argument is its quality of being correct and reasonable (I don't follow the logic of your argument);
comprised from an article by Jon Rappoport. Jon was a candidate for a US 
Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. 

Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic and creative power to audiences around the world. You can find his articles at NoMoreFakeNews.com

Here are two of them; one below on logic and this one on logic and AIDS

"Logic is the capacity to reason, to think lucidly, to separate what is sensible from what isn't. Logic enables one to discover deception and avoid.being.influenced by it. Logic provides keys to effective.functioning in society, to remain free and independent from the shifting opinions negatively affecting so many. With logic one is choosing reason over vacuous.mindlessness.

"In order to.cut a swath through the darkness of confusion, logic is necessary.

"Logic is educational when the intellect gets challenged. Debate, science and law all flow from logic. Education can create ignorance when logic is left off with.

"Logic is key by which true political discourse, science and law were originally developed. Logic and reasoning involves the capacity to think and analyze.ideas. Serious discourse depends on the use of reason. Reason operates with logic. 

"Logic is the connective tissue which binds together the progression of ideas in rational argument. Independence is engendered by the study of logic, a study which increases one's power of mind. 

"The classroom, at best, has taken on the appearance of a fact-memorization factory and we should express grave.doubts about the relevance and truth of information presented as facts for student acceptance without support by rigorous.analysis and severe questioning.

"A society filled with people who float in the drift of non-logic is a society that declines.

"Students of logic are in it to discover the architecture of reasoning. The low level of overall literacy in our schools is being matched by students unable to effectively work with rational thought."

logical.adjective
of, relating to, in accordance with or of the nature of logic; based on earlier or otherwise known statements, events or conditions; reasonable (rain was a logical expectation, given the time of year); reasoning or capable of reasoning in a clear and consistent manner
logicality or logicalness.noun
logically.adverb

logistic.also.logistical.adjective
of.or.relating.to.symbolic.logic; reckoning; reason
logistically.adverb
logistician.noun,.plural.logisticians

logistics
deals with the procurement, distribution, maintenance and replacement of materiel and personnel; the management of the details of an operation

logo.noun,.plural.logos
a name, symbol or trademark designed for easy and definite.recognition; the logo of a company or organization is the special design or way of writing its name that it puts on all its products, notepaper or advertisements; short for logogram and logotype; in the Bible the Logos is the Word (John 1:1-3); Logos is Greek for Word

lament, lamented, lamenting, laments.verbs
intransitive verb sense or use.to mourn; wail (the mournful wail of coyotes at night); to express sorrow or regret; a song or poem expressing deep grief or mourning; deplore
transitive verb sense or use.to express sorrow, grief, mourning or regret for (the young boy has been quiet lately, still lamenting the death of the beloved family dog; the person lamented the thoughtless acts he committed)
as a noun-a crying out in grief; wailing; dirge, a feeling or an expression of grief; a lamentation
lamentable.adjective
inspiring or deserving of lament or regret; deplorable.or pitiable; pathetic
lamentably.adverb
lamentation.noun,.plural.lamentations
the act of lamenting (the Book of Lamentations in the Bible)
lamenter.noun,.plural.lamenters
synonym.deplore

ludicrous.adjective
amusing or laughable through obvious absurdity, incongruity, exaggeration or eccentricity; meriting.derisive laughter or scorn as absurdly.inept, false, foolish and idiotic
ludicrously.adverb
ludicrousness.noun
synonym.laughable

laconic.adjective
using or involving the use of a minimum of words; concise to the point of seeming rude or mysterious 
laconically.adverb

languish, languishes, languished, languishing.intransitive verbs
to lose vigor or vitality, becoming weak; to live under unfavorable or dispiriting.conditions; if someone languishes somewhere, they are forced to remain and suffer in an unpleasant situation; to become slack or dull; languid; to suffer with longing; pine
languishing.adjective
becoming weak; drooping
languisher.noun,.plural.languishers
languishingly.adverb.
languishment.noun
the state of being weak; a languishing look, expression or feeling
languid.adjective
lacking.energy or vitality; weak (a languid wave of the hand); showing little or no spirit or animation; listless (being in a languid mood, he had no enthusiasm for anything); lacking vigor or force; slow (languid breezes)
languidly.adverb
languidness.noun

libel.noun
a written statement of false and malicious information by means of any letter, sign, picture, etc. tending to injure a person's reputation
libelous.also.libellous.adjective
involving or constituting a libel; defamatory; compare slander
libelously.adverb

latent.adjective
lying hidden and undeveloped within a person or thing; present or potential but not evident or active (latent talent); latent applies to that which exists but is as yet concealed or unrevealed (he possessed hidden talent and needed the right opportunity to bring it into use); in a dormant or hidden stage; present in the unconscious mind but not consciously expressed (latent potential for greatness unrealized as yet to conscious attention)
latency.noun,.plural.latencies
the state or quality of being latent
latently.adverb

limbo.noun
an indeterminate.state between two others; the abode of souls not yet moved into the invisible dimension; a region or condition of oblivion or neglect (management kept her promotion in limbo for months); an intermediate place or state

lair.noun,.plural.lairs
a bed or resting place, especially of a wild animal (a lion's lair)

laud, lauded, lauding, lauds.transitive verbs
to give praise to; glorify
laudably.adverb
in a commendable, praiseworthy manner
laud, laudability, lauder.nouns
laudable, laudative, laudatory.adjectives

leach, leached, leaching, leaches.transitive verbs
to cause a liquid to filter down through some material
transitive verb use.to remove soluble or other constituents from by the action of a percolating liquid; to empty; drain (a society slowly leaching joy from itself)
intransitive verb use.to be dissolved or passed out by a percolating liquid
leach.noun
the act or process of leaching; the substance through which a liquid is leached
leachable.adjective
leachability.noun,.plural.leachabilities
leacher.noun,.plural.leachers

lieu.noun
place; stead
in lieu of.idiom
in place of; instead of

lieutenant governor.(*)
in Canada, appointed by the Governor General to represent in this case, Britain, regarding the necessity of provincial legislation having to carry his signature in order to become law; ensuring no legislation is passed without Britain's oversight

linear.adjective
of or resembling a straight line; of a line or lines; extended in a line; one stage or thing at a time; serially; a linear process or development is one in which something changes or progresses straight from one stage to another and has a starting point and an ending point; involving a series of connected events, ideas etc, that move or progress from one stage to the next (linear thinking)
linearly.adverb
lineal.adjective
linear; belonging to or being in the direct line of descent from an ancestor; derived from or relating to a particular line of descent; hereditary
lineally.adverb

lopsided.adjective
heavier, larger or higher on one side than on the other; sagging or leaning to one side
lopsidedly.adverb
lopsidedness.noun

liable.adjective
legally obligated; responsible (liable for military service); at risk of or subject to experiencing or suffering something unpleasant (liable to charges, lliable to illness); often used with reference to an unfavorable outcome

liability.noun,.plural.liabilities
the state of being liable; something for which one is liable; an obligation, a responsibility or a debt; the financial obligations entered in the balance sheet of a business enterprise; something that holds one back; a handicap

lipoid.noun,.plural.lipoids
resembling fat

lysogenic.adjective
a term describing the cell of a bacterium that has been infected by a bacteriophage.(*)

lysosomes.noun
any small organelles; bags of enzymes which recycle old proteins; a lysosome is a membrane bound sac within the cytoplasm of animal cells that contains enzymes responsible for the digestion of food, the dissolution of foreign particles entering the cell (bacteria) and, upon the cell's death, the breakdown of the cell's structure; lysosomes are the cell's garbage disposal unit; long with lysosomes, peroxisomes also are a digestive vescile and both contain enzymes that degrade macro (large) molecules

laughingstock.noun,.plural.laughingstocks
an object of jokes or ridicule (you'll be the laughingstock of the whole school in that silly.outfit)

laugh, laughed,laughing, laughs.verbs
intransitive verb use.to express certain emotions, especially mirth, delight or derision, by a series of spontaneous, usually unarticulated sounds often accompanied by corresponding facial and bodily movements; to show or feel amusement or good humor (laughed to herself at the memory; an experience we would laugh about later on)
transitive verb use.to affect or influence by laughter (laugher in his presentation was appreciated by the audience)
laugh.noun,.plural.laughs
the act of laughing; the sound of laughing; laughter
laugh it off or laugh it away.phrasal verb
to dismiss as ridiculously or laughably trivial (laughed off any suggestion that her work would be over after retiring)
laugher.noun,.plural.laughers
laughingly.adverb
laughter.noun,.plural.laughters
the act of laughing (could still hear the laughters after the party goers left); the sound produced by laughing
laughable.adjective
causing or deserving laughter or derision
laughableness.noun
laughably.adverb
it was laughably the funniest costume at the party
laughed to scorn.idiom
ludicrous; to make fun of someone in order to separate from him

legislate, legislated, legislating, legislates.verbs
intransitive sense or use.to create or pass laws
transitive sense or use.to create or bring about by or as if by legislation

legislation.noun,.plural.legislations
the act or process of legislating; lawmaking; a proposed or enacted law or group of laws

legislature.noun,.plural.legislatures
an officially elected or otherwise selected body of people vested with the responsibility and power to make laws for a political unit, such as a state or nation

legislative.adjective
of or relating to the enactment of laws; resulting from or decided by legislation; having the power to create laws; intended to legislate; of or relating to a legislature
legislative.noun
the legislative body of a government; a legislature
legislatively.adverb

leery, leerier, leeriest.adjectives
suspicious or distrustful; wary.(was leery of aggressive salespeople)
leerily.adverb
leeriness.noun

lethargy.noun,.plural.lethargies
a state of sluggishness, inactivity and apathy; a state of unconsciousness resembling deep sleep; listless; a sopor

lethargic.adjective
of, causing or characterized by lethargy
lethargically.adverb

level.noun,.plural.levels
relative position or rank on a scale (the local level of government; studying at the graduate level); a relative degree, as of achievement, intensity or concentration (an unsafe level of toxicity; a high level of intelligence); a natural or proper position, place or stage (I finally found my own level in life thanks to following my passion for serving); position along a vertical axis; height or depth (a platform at knee level); a horizontal line or plane at right angles to the plumb; position or height of such a line or plane; a flat, horizontal surface; a land area of uniform elevation; an instrument for ascertaining whether a surface is horizontal, vertical or at a 45° angle, consisting essentially of an encased, liquid-filled tube containing an air bubble that moves to a center window when the instrument is set on an even plane, also called spirit level; such a device combined with a telescope and used in surveying; a computation of the difference in elevation between two points by using such a device
level.adjective
having a flat, smooth surface; being on a horizontal plane; being at the same height or position as another; even; being at the same degree of rank, standing or advantage as another; equal; exhibiting no abrupt variations; steady (spoke in a level tone); sensible (keeps a level head in an emergency); filled evenly to the top (a level tablespoon according to the recipe)
level, leveled, leveling, levels.verbs
transitive sense or use.to make horizontal, flat or even (leveled the driveway with a roller; leveled off the hedges with the clippers); to tear down; raze; to aim along a horizontal plane (leveled the gun at the target); to direct emphatically or forcefully toward someone (leveled charges of dishonesty at the government)
intransitive verb sense or use.to bring persons or things to an equal level; equalize; to aim a gun horizontally; to be frank and open (advised the corporate head to level with the those working in the corporation)
level.adverb
along a flat or even line or plane
level off.phrasal verb.to move toward stability or consistency (prices leveled off); to maneuver an aircraft into a flight attitude that is parallel to the surface of the earth after gaining or losing altitude
(one's) level best.idiom
the best one can do in an earnest attempt (I did my level best in math class)
on the level.idiom
without deception; honest
levelly.adverb
levelness.noun

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