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What does LWORD stand for?
LWORD stands for Long Word
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Live Within Our Means Act (California)
- Living within Our Means (New Zealand)
- Latina Women of NASA
- Low Water Ordinary Neap Tide
- Lease with Option to Own
- Leave Without Pay
- Life Without Parole
- Logging Well on Paper (oil drilling)
- Low Work Opportunity Port (International Longshore and Warehouse Union)
- Legends World of Sport
- Low Water of Ordinary Spring Tides
- Left without Treatment (patient record)
- Lies with Occasional Truth (fiction magazine; Canada)
- Labor and Worklife Program (Harvard Law School; Cambridge, MA)
- Lausanne World Pulse (religious magazine; Wheaton, IL)
- Leave With Pay
- Leave Without Pay
- Left Watching Properly (USCG term)
- libwww-perl (library for WWW access using Perl)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It might only be six letters, but cancer suddenly becomes an awfully long word to get out.
Long words, short words, hard to sort words, Harsh words, kind words, hard to find words, Learnt words, taught words, sold words, bought words, Written words, spoken words, grave words, silly words.
There was something surreal in witnessing an audience - most seeing the group live for the first time - sing a long word perfect on songs such as Bubbles, Machines and a standout Many Of Horror (When We Collide).
The Church too has a bad habit of using a long word when a few short words will do the trick better.
Fear of long words is known as hippopotomonstro sesquippedaliophobia.
There was a pause and then some hurried explanation about liaison and reorganisation and all sorts of long words, but my mother knew the truth - in practical terms, he did nothing but attend meetings.
Ken Clarke, John Redwood, Susan Kramer and Phil Hammond, deputising for George Osborne (believed lost at sea), piled in to bully Ms Eagle by showing they could use long words too.