Adjectives Starting with L?

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An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a phrase. Some adjectives starting with letter L are: lazy, lean and limp. Other adjectives starting with L are louder and lovely.
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Adjectives that begin with the letter L include lacking, lame, lazy, legible, limp, locked, lonely and lumpy.
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An adjective that starts with 'L' is 'Lovely' Also: light, lovely, little, lively, lonely, limber, lucid, lucky, etc.
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Some adjectives that start with an 'L' are labored, laboring, laborious,
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Lamentable, largo, lavable, lejano, lento, libre, limpio, liso, listo, loco, logico, & luminoso. More?
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