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Definition of Losel

Losel
Losel Los"el, n. [From the root of lose, loss. ?. Cf. Lorel.] One who loses by sloth or neglect; a worthless person; a lorel. [Archaic] --Spenser. One sad losel soils a name for aye. --Byron.
Losel
Losel Los"el, a. Wasteful; slothful.

Meaning of Losel from wikipedia

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- Friedrich Lösel (born July 28, 1945) is a German forensic psychologist, criminologist and emeritus professor at the Cambridge Institute of Criminology...
- ****ociation opened in London as a counterpart to American improv schools. Gunter Lösel compared the existing improvisational theater theories (including Moreno...
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- "Joachim Löw unveils first post-World Cup squad". dw.com. Deutsche Welle. Lösel, Hansjörg (28 May 2012). "Zwei Tübinger Schüler im Nationaltrikot". Schwäbisches...
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- University of Michigan Press. doi:10.2307/j.ctv65sxgk. ISBN 978-0-472-90012-1. Lösel, Gunter; Zimper, Martin, eds. (2021-05-26). Filming, Researching, Annotating:...
- Development”, a combined prevention and longitudinal study financed by the BMFSFJ (Lösel, Beelmann, Jaursch, Koglin, & Stemmler, 2005). He was also responsible for...
- verb might); whilome (once upon a time) and ne (not); hight (named) and losel (good-for-nothing). If such stylistic artificiality was meant to create...