Definition of loucheness in English:



  • See louche

    • ‘Now they have the opportunity to spend it so there are more 40, 50 and 60-year-olds living like 20-year-olds, indulging in groovy loucheness.’
    • ‘But if Byron was celebrated for his amorality and loucheness, so was the city he surveyed that drizzly November afternoon.’
    • ‘This is probably the coolest film ever made: its quality of loucheness is unsurpassed.’
    • ‘Ray's writing has the same exoticism, the same intellectual loucheness.’
    • ‘The new version adds its own layer of loucheness by making Apollo a predatory cruiser and by hinting at a lesbian relationship between a syndicated gossip writer and Juno.’