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Correct spellings for 0LDER

  • alder Hewn out of the very heart of a thicket of buckeye spruce and alder , unsunned and unblown upon by any wind, it was so green and unseasoned in its solitude that it seemed a part of the arboreal growth, and on damp Sundays to have taken root again and sprouted.
  • alter "Circumstances alter cases," he said.
  • balder He would certainly remember this kind offer when Balder was convalescent.
  • calder "Is Mister Calder in?" says Alex to a blond stenographer, which looks like them movie queens would like to.
  • de "Proficiscere, anima christiana, de hoc mundo.
  • dear "Oh, dear Le, such overpraise humbles me!
  • deer Cattle an' calves they passes up as too bellicose, an' none of 'em ever faces any anamile more warlike than a baby colt or mebby a half-grown deer .
  • doer The riding leader was old Bacchus, tall and strong and honest, a good doer and a veteran of some standing.
  • elder There was so little to be seen in the way of an outward display of the prosperity his elder brother claimed.
  • folder The book is properly placed in the cover, and the outside fly leaf-afterwards an end paper-and bands are pasted, the latter at the same time being smoothed out with a knife or folder ; the boards are then closed, pressing them over very sharply.
  • gilder He had wanted me to hear the whole story, the whole project, from Sir Marcus' own lips; and in his uncertainty of the result, he had thought of Miss Gilder as an attractive "victim."
  • glider So anxious was Tom to get started, that he put in several nights working on the glider .
  • holder He came around the desk, loading another cigarette into his holder .
  • lad What are you going to do to-morrow, lad ?
  • ladder They hardly knew afterwards how they had stumbled across the rotten floor and scrambled down the ladder .
  • lade Jacksonville Armada v New York Red Bulls New York Red Bulls v Club América Statistics6 Goals Bradley Wright-Phillips 3 Goals Sacha Kljestan Gonzalo Verón 2 Goals Anatole Abang Brandon Allen 1 Goal Gideon Baah Sean Davis Kemar Lawrence Shaun Wright-Ph
  • laden
  • lady
  • lander
  • lard
  • larder
  • late
  • later
  • latter
  • lauder "I can't, of course, do the Scotch the way Harry Lauder does it," he repeated.
  • le
  • lea
  • lead
  • leader
  • lear
  • led
  • leda
  • ledger
  • lee
  • leer And if we smile at it, let the smile be kindly, with nothing of the leer about it.
  • lender
  • leo
  • let
  • letter
  • lewd
  • lid
  • lido And whereas old Master Futterer himself was now in Nuremberg, he declared himself willing to buy the birds on account of his own house, at the same price as the traders in Venice; nor was the Brunswicker any whit loth, forasmuch as that he might presently get a better price on the Lido , when it should be known that he had other ways and means at his command.
  • lie
  • lied
  • lite
  • liter
  • litter
  • lld
  • loader
  • lode
  • lodger Your poor father was only a lodger there, after your mother died, and they took all he had and kept you, so to say, out of charity.
  • loiter Ye maun gang direc' an' no loiter by the way.
  • looter Thought you might be a looter .
  • lord
  • lore
  • ludo Ludo and I went to school, and when it was over the many joyful faces in the street confirmed what we had heard during the school hours.
  • lure
  • lute "Mother, Arenta has bought a blue lute string.
  • lyre
  • molder
  • oder Her oder obeyed, she threw back the feather-bed, and before the master and officer entered her room she was occupying the front side of the bed.
  • older
  • slider
  • solder
  • welder
  • wilder Near towns where he is much hunted Mooweesuk has grown wilder , like the fox, and learned a hundred tricks that formerly he knew nothing about.
  • Del "Del, I don't believe you-care.
  • Lew She had seen Lew Dockstader, the negro minstrel, once in her life, but at the impressionable age, when you see and remember for good.
  • Lieder The duration of Schumann's song-time was short, the greater part of his Lieder having been written in 1840. After this he gave himself up to oratorio, symphony, and chamber-music.
  • Lire
  • DEA Of such stock is Oliver, the fifth son of Dea . Oliver Pillsbury.
  • Dar Dey's a white lady dar, an' she say she'll take keer un' 'im twel somebody come.
  • Dee Then Dee told me the conversation she had overheard, making me a party to the crime of eavesdropping.
  • Leta
  • LR
  • LT
  • DIR Fliehend blieb ich, und sah dir 15 Schon die Unsterblichkeit an, Die nun dein ist!
  • LDC
  • lodes
  • milder
  • laded
  • louder
  • bolder Then, in spite of the efforts of the governor and the alabarch to detain them, in the hope of pacifying the potentate, as soon as they heard the word "go," they hurried out; and, for better or for worse, the few bolder spirits had to follow.
  • lades
  • colder Catharine retired with her child to the colder and more uncongenial regions of the northern declivity of the mountains.

6 words made from the letters 0LDER

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