The Collaborative International Dictionary
Lusk \Lusk\ (l[u^]sk), a. Lazy; slothful. [Obs.]
Lusk \Lusk\, n.
A lazy fellow; a lubber. [Obs.]
Lusk \Lusk\, v. i. To be idle or unemployed. [Obs.]
lazy or slothful n. a lazy or slothful person v
(context obsolete English) To be idle or unemployed.
Housing Units (2000): 782
Land area (2000): 2.005013 sq. miles (5.192960 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2.005013 sq. miles (5.192960 sq. km)
FIPS code: 48530
Located within: Wyoming (WY), FIPS 56
Location: 42.760674 N, 104.452729 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 82225
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Lusk may refer to:
Lusk was a short-lived psychedelic rock " supergroup" featuring members from Tool, Replicants, Failure and Medicine.
Usage examples of "lusk".
Rob Lusk was a mite too big to punch out, but she was heating up to it.
The most highly visible was probably the Whitechapel Vigilance Committee, which was headed by George Akin Lusk, a builder who specialized in the restoration of music halls.
On October 16, Lusk received a package in the mail: a small cardboard box wrapped in brown paper and bearing a London postmark.
I think it is highly significant that even after the frenzy created by the Jack the Ripper pseudonym, the writer of the Lusk letter does not use it.
I might add that Donald Rumbelow, a former police officer, a gifted author, and one of the greatest experts on the case, agrees with the assessment that of all the communications, the Lusk letter is the only one likely to be genuine.
If time and law enforcement resources were to be expended on the identity of the author or authors of the communications, emphasis should have been placed on the Lusk letter.
He saw none in the course of his wanderings, but the memories of his lusk and the blowdart attack kept him vigilant.
In the eighteen months since the lusk began, the starbalance had shifted.
He glanced to the left of the door, where what remained of Lusk lay wrapped in a faded rug.
Maybe you and a couple of other folks from Lusk can shoot some for us.
Then Hughes summoned him and showed him a crudely-scrawled message that had been sent to George Lusk, the head of the Whitechapel Vigilance Committee.
Jacob Lusk, one of the fattest members of the crew, building up more speed.
The face seemed worst afflicted as Jacob Lusk turned it toward where he sensed the sun still shone.
Culpepper, Spallanzani, Blumenbach, Lusk, Hertwig, Leopold and Valenti, a mixture of both?
Special Agents Mark Lusk and Don Harrington, were standing by with a half-dozen D.