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July 19th- Louche

louche

\LOOSH\; adjective

1.Of questionable taste or morality; disreputable or indecent; dubious; shady.

Example (Harry Potter-style!):
Seeing the Three Broomsticks' cheery atmosphere, the Hog's Head pub was louche in comparison.

Origin:
Louche is from French louche, "shady, suspicious," from Old French losche, "squint-eyed," from Latin luscus, "one-eyed."
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