[ UK /lˈuːa‍ʊ/ ]
[ US /ˈɫuˌaʊ/ ]
  1. an elaborate Hawaiian feast or party (especially one accompanied by traditional foods and entertainment)
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How To Use luau In A Sentence

  • The ultimate Hawaiian food event will always be the luau, so families should make a point to attend one on any island.
  • After I hyperventilated," said Charlene Mae Kuupuaala Thompson, "we told our kids, and we had our own little luau at home. Scenes from the White House: Welcome to the luau
  • At the Waikoloa Beach Marriott, an Outrigger Resort, chefs grow two different taro varieties - dark, sweet mo'i and butter-crunchy lehua - to create the poi at the property's luau.
  • In the midst of the dinners and lunches, the luaus (Hawaiian feasts) and poi-suppers, and swims and dances in aloha (love) to both of them, his time and inclination were claimed by the crowd of lively youngsters of old Kohala days who had come to know that they possessed digestions and various other internal functions, and who had settled down to somewhat of sedateness, who roistered less, and who played bridge much, and went to baseball often. THE KANAKA SURF
  • Attending a luau is another way to learn, but all luaus are not equally created. The News Tribune Blogs
  • After a morning of recollection and story telling, everyone gathered in the community centre for a feast of luau pig, rice and poi.
  • You will enjoy the food, music, dance, and sites of the luau and it will be an experience that will stay with you long after your vacation ends and you return to your real life.
  • A true metalsmith, she crafts pieces that are simple but can easily be dressed up for your next luau: the winsome puka shell necklace; the delicate heart-shaped earrings; or the sweet dome rings inlaid with tiny stars.
  • Hawaii is known for luaus and when you are on Kauai you should definitely attend a luau.
  • My favorite part of the luau was the show itself and all of the dancing," says Kila. The Daily Barometer
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