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2. laundromat, launderette, Fr. blanchissage; tub room, laundry room, lavatory; dry cleaner, cleaner and presser; Chinese laundry.

laureate, adj. honored, recognized, lauded, praised, acclaimed, noted; notable, distinguished, renowned, illustrious, famous, famed, well-known.

laurel, n. 1. evergreen tree; mountain laurel, rhododendron.
2.
(all of honor) emblem, badge, mark, sign, token.
3.
(all of laurel foliage) branch, stem, twig, wreath, garland.
4.
Usu.

laurels honors, awards, commendations, citations, tributes, honorable mentions; gifts, prizes, trophies, blue ribbons; praises, praise, kudos, extolment, laudation, acclaim, acclamation, Archaic. magnification; glory, honor, distinction, prestige, notability; fame, renown, illustriousness, celebrity, popularity.

lava, n. 1. molten or fluid rock, Geol. magma, panhoehoe; scoria, Geol. ash, Geol. cinders.
2. igneous rock; granite, rhyolite, obsidian, pumice, andesite, basalt.

lavation, n. wash, washing, cleaning, cleansing, lavage, Archaic, laving, bath, bathing, Both Brit. Inf. tub, tubbing. See - wash (def. 9).

lavatory, n. 1. bathroom, washroom, wash-up, Inf. lav; restroom, Sl. donnicker, comfort station, powder room, women's or ladies' room, girls' or little girls' room, men's room, boys' or little boys' room; All Chiefly Brit, water closet, w.c., convenience; toilet, Sl. john, Sl. can, Chiefly Dial, jakes, Naut. head, potty, Brit. Inf. loo; latrine, privy, cloaca, outhouse, backhouse, stool, Chiefly New England, necessary, Brit. Sl. bog.
2. washbowl, washbasin, sink, washstand; washtub, bathtub, tub.

lave, v. 1. bathe, bath, wash, wash up, clean, clean up, scrub up, cleanse, lather, soap, Brit. Inf. tub, Chiefly Scot. dight; deterge, (of clothes) launder, shampoo, Brit. Dial, buck; shower, rinse, flush, douse, douche; foment, sponge, swab, wipe, mop, rub; immerse, submerge, dunk, dip; soak, steep, wet, irrigate, drench, imbue, saturate.
2. (
all of a river, sea, etc.) splash, dash, wash against, break against, beat against, thrash against; roll, lap, undulate, surge, swell, wave, ripple; rush, flow, run, sweep.

lavish, adj. 1. generous, unstinting, open-handed, bountiful, liberal, big-hearted, great-hearted, unselfish, princely; extravagant, excessive, wasteful, profligate, squandering, improvident, prodigal, thriftless, intemperate; epicurean, sybaritic, unrestrained, wild.
2. profuse, excessive, fulsome, immoderate, exaggerated; in excess, overmuch, superfluous, redundant,
Fr. de trop, unnecessary, surplus, unwarranted, inordinate; effusive, overly emotional, grandiloquent, overdone, Inf. a bit much, overwhelming.
3. limitless, unlimited, myriad, unmeasured, plenty, plenteous, plentiful, abundant, superabundant, copious, ample, Abounding, unstinted, wholesale; luxuriant, opulent, ornate, Byzantine, sumptuous, gorgeous, rich, costly, dear; ostentatious, pretentious, showy,
Inf. ritzy, Inf. fancy, Inf high-falutin; imposing, splendid, Inf splashy, Inf. swanky, Inf. swank, Inf. spiff, Inf. jazzy, Inf. toney. - v. 4. heap, pour, shower, spill, be generous with, bestow, give freely, thrust upon; waste, squander, dissipate, drain, exhaust; Inf fling away, Inf. throw away, Inf. run through, spend recklessly, Inf. scatter to the winds.

lavishness, n. 1. generosity, bounty, largess, open-handedness, liberality, munificence; hospitality, unselfishness, big-heartedness, great-heartedness.

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Misuse of one and parts of one with the singular

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I read it in one and a half hour.

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I read it in one and a half hours.

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In English, use the plural with anything greater than one, even it it's less than two.
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