[ UK /lˈa‍ʊt‍ʃ/ ]
[ US /ˈɫuʃ/ ]
  1. disreputable and dissolute, somewhat agreeably
    a louche nightclub
    the louche world of the theater
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How To Use louche In A Sentence

  • I was telling him about last night and he described me as sounding languid and louche, and consequently correctly guessed that I was still in bed.
  • The spies on both sides are pretty louche characters, and espionage is portrayed as intimately bound up with military and business interests.
  • Harriet slouched until she was almost hunchbacked, wearing boy's clothes, unironed and grubby.
  • She stayed slouched down in her chair though, too dizzy to stand up at the moment.
  • Although it enjoys a louche reputation among the druggie and stag-party sets, it's actually one of the most refined, stylish cities I know.
  • Although players such as Brooking will not likely be moving anywhere, the second tier of available backers is no group of slouches.
  • Everything we didthe way we walked, talked, the way we sat slouched, one leg draped across the armrest of the sofadrove him crazy. Postcards from Heaven
  • This perpetual postadolescent watches movies on a mini-VCR as he slouches around midtown Manhattan in a knitted hat and a purple funk. 'Alice': Half a Wonderland
  • Small wonder that, mounted on her fiery little mustang, untrammeled by her short gray riding-habit, free as the wind itself that blew through the folds of her flannel blouse, with her brown hair half-loosed beneath her slouched felt hat, she seemed to Dick a more beautiful and womanly figure than the stiff buckramed simulation of man's angularity and precision he had seen in the parks. The Bell-Ringer of Angel's
  • This canteen (with a funnel on its top, like a cavalier cap slouched over the eyes) was set on edge upon the puncheon, with the hole toward myself; and through this hole, which seemed puckered up like the mouth of a very precise old maid, the creature was emitting certain rumbling and grumbling noises which he evidently intended for intelligible talk. Archive 2008-12-01
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