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  • addle Why, look at William, now-the first time he axed me to marry him, I kept sayin' 'you're still slue-footed an' slack-kneed an' addle-headed an' I'll marry you whether or no.
  • label People had grown so familiar with the idea of a cup, with that purely intellectual label "cup," that they never looked at a particular cup and felt its emotional significance.
  • ladder I went up the ladder, and walked across to where the Skipper and the Second Mate stood talking earnestly, by the rail.
  • laddie "Laddie," said he, "I've never heard you make a joke before.
  • lade Among the former, Lady Lade was foremost in the throng; only two others dared venture their persons on horseback in such a multitude.
  • laden Heavily laden grain-wagons passed by, but no farmer, no servant, so much as gave a glance toward his house.
  • ladle When we were to some extent satisfied, we went back, and I plied the punch-ladle more and more freely.
  • lapel Rohscheimer confidently seized the lapel of the journalist's coat.
  • larder Abe made up the fire, and put on the kettle to boil, while from the larder he produced a slab of pork and a half-loaf-very black on the outside and very soft within.
  • lately What had brought her to his mind quite lately?
  • lauder Meantime Dr. Blair and Harry Lauder had launched a canoe that was on board and were paddling round the wharf to investigate.
  • paddle At last we couldn't stand, so we sat on the paddle-box.
  • saddle Hazel was in the saddle.
  • waddle I nearly laughed a rib loose watchin' them baby ducks waddle around solemn, every one with that cut-up look in his eye.
  • Ladled I made up my mind that she probably needed to have some of my affection ladled out to her more than anybody in Glendale, and I worked on all the volatile fear and resentment and dislike I had ever had for her all my life, and I have succeeded in liquefying it into a genuine liking for the martial old personality.
  • ladles "Have you been a whole year making pretty speeches, and must you keep it up now because you've got into the habit and since the pretty ladles of your travels are not here and I am?
  • ladders He had the audacity to place one of Haberland's ladders against your balcony-that accounts for the broken vine-shoots-and to get in through the glass door of your sitting-room.
  • laded
  • laddies "You show the laddies the yard and look over that line, and I'll take the short line east.
  • lades
  • am cleaned out
  • am client
  • am close to