Definition of lulu
: one that is remarkable or wonderful a lulu of a performance
Examples of lulu in a Sentence
joked that the streaker gave a lulu of a performance
Recent Examples of lulu from the Web
Last year, for instance, the New York City Council did away with lulus as part of a deal to raise its members’ salaries to $148,500, a large pay increase that towers over the base pay for state legislators: $79,500.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo cast blame on the state comptroller for not catching the false titles, but also said that any discussion of reforming the lulu system should account for the lawmakers’ $79,500 salary.
But the Capitol’s latest scandal goes by another name: lulu.
Senate Democrats accused the Republicans of illegally using the lulu system to buy loyalty and maintain their hold on power.
Lulu may not have been the only member of her pod affected by infertility.
Lulu, well known to researchers as one of the last surviving whales in the waters around Britain, died after becoming entangled in fishing rope in January 2016.
Lulu, as the orca was called, was a member of the last orca pod living in the waters of the United Kingdom.
Lulu was rushed to the hospital in critical condition and ultimately managed to pull through, thanks to the efforts of doctors who completed two head surgeries, three skin grafts, one eye surgery and 28 blood transfusions, the network reported.
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Origin and Etymology of lulu
probably from Lulu, nickname from Louise
First Known Use: 1886See Words from the same year
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