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An adjective that describes the awkward nature of law students. It is often characterized by a law student's inability to properly interact with others in a social setting.

pronounced: law-kward
People at the last bar review were really lawkward.
by UCLA & USC Law 2013 August 14, 2011
a classy way to say awkward since everything sounds classier in french.
"Adrienne you're soooo hot"
"Victoria..... l'awkward, please stop trying to be me"
by aashley18 April 29, 2010
When something is awkward, a clever way of saying awkard, " The awkward" in " french" with a cute french spin. Originated at Notre Dame Academy All girls High School
girl: why is she staring at you?
other girl: because she hates me
girl: ... l'awkward.
by teddytedteddy April 28, 2010
Lawkk•ward Lock-ward


1. socialy independent; non-conformist.

2. practical in a way that denotes a disregard for societal demands: a louchlyn action or a louchlyn point of view.

3. socially inappropriate comments or actions that despite being humorous are considered to be offensive by most.

4. used to describe a compliment that has an implied insult: You aren't as stupid as I thought; or: You aren't as ugly in person.



noun: louchlyn
The lawkward proposal to feed the homeless to the hungry has special interest groups up in arms.
by Tremaine789 February 04, 2010
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