Definitions of loo

  1. a toilet in England
  2. A game at cards.
  3. To beat in the game of loo by winning every trick.
  4. An old game played with five, or three, cards dealt to each player from a full pack. When five cards are used the highest card is the knave of clubs or ( if so agreed upon) the knave of trumps; - formerly called lanterloo.
  5. A modification of the game of all fours in which the players replenish their hands after each round by drawing each a card from the pack.
  6. To beat in the game of loo:- pr. p. lōō ing; pa. p. lōō ed.
  7. To beat at the game by winning every trick.
  8. To beat at the game of loo.

Usage examples for loo

  1. Loo made no answer. – The Last Hope by Henry Seton Merriman
  2. " Yes'm, that's what me and Loo thinks," he assented. – A Top-Floor Idyl by George van Schaick
  3. We generally settle our affairs of honour in the Loo- fields; but I suppose he is afraid of interruption. – Newton Forster by Frederick Marryat
  4. I've no one to think of but you, Loo, only you. – Elder Conklin and Other Stories by Frank Harris
  5. Yes, 'Loo- loo is coming, '" and the saucy wench darted off to 'Lina screaming loudly for her. – Bad Hugh by Mary Jane Holmes
  6. As he kissed her cheek, she drew away her head quickly: " I only called you out to give you a chance of kissin' Loo Conklin." – Elder Conklin and Other Stories by Frank Harris
  7. " I'm a widow, Mr. Latz- Louis-" " Loo-" " L- loo. – The Vertical City by Fannie Hurst
  8. Koo- loo- ting- wah did not stir. – My Attainment of the Pole by Frederick A. Cook
  9. " Mr. Cole, Loo," the Kid introduced me, " and- and I guess Mrs. Cole." – A Top-Floor Idyl by George van Schaick
  10. Or I'll get a lump of sugar and we can play 'Fly Loo. – The Danger Mark by Robert W. Chambers
  11. Loo turned and looked at Miriam, who had always met his glance with her thoughtful, steady eyes. – The Last Hope by Henry Seton Merriman
  12. " Not a bit, Loo," objected John. – The Iron Horse by R.M. Ballantyne
  13. As a matter of fact, she was the most beautiful woman Loo Barebone had ever seen. – The Last Hope by Henry Seton Merriman
  14. In the course of their conversation Tom said: " I am sick of my life, Loo; I hate it altogether, and I hate everybody except you. – Dickens As an Educator by James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes
  15. While sledging along this point Too- loo- ah discovered a bear on the ice of Victoria Strait far to the north. – True Tales of Arctic Heroism in the New World by Adolphus W. Greely
  16. It is a strange notion- a sweet one to me, dearest Loo. – The Thorogood Family by R.M. Ballantyne
  17. Here are the remaining verses: Here we dance the lubin, loo, Here we dance lubin, light, Here we dance lubin, loo, On a Saturday night. – My Book of Indoor Games by Clarence Squareman
  18. That's the way with them all, Loo. – A First Family of Tasajara by Bret Harte
  19. Isn't Loo enough for you? – The Iron Horse by R.M. Ballantyne
  20. I like you, Loo. – Gaslight Sonatas by Fannie Hurst