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  • air Sweet child of air! Was like the stillness in the air Between the heaves of storm. The eyes beside had wrung them dry, And breaths were gathering sure – I heard a fly buzz when I died; by Emily Dickinson
  • flair Rainbows and leather and flair Do you want to know if I even care? – Flag by galactic cowboys
  • flier
  • jailer The jailer let the man in, locked the cell door and walked away.
  • la La la la la la la la la la na na na na na na na na na – I Shall Sing by Van Morrison
  • lace Is it rice and white lace Is it the feeling I get when I wake to your face – Love by sugarland
  • ladder So I checked out the view, and let go of that ladder I thought to myself, this is what matters – This Is What Matters by Clay Walker
  • lade
  • lager
  • lair Pelle knew it well, that ghostly breathing, which rises always from the lair of the poor man.
  • laird The laird was the first to speak.
  • lake And, as I say, she wuz honorable enough to not want to put it in the lake.
  • lame It was quite lame in one of its legs.
  • lane Pepper Lane was still empty.
  • lao
  • larder
  • larger
  • laser
  • late
  • later
  • lather
  • latter
  • lauder A clay mould of a human figure was also found, which is supposed to represent some Keltic deity; but as the figure wears a short tunic not unlike a kilt, and carries a crooked club, the workmen promptly christened it Harry Lauder!
  • lave
  • law
  • lawyer
  • lay
  • layer
  • laze
  • le
  • lea
  • leader
  • leaner
  • leaper The company was the cream of the circus world: S. P. Stickney, one of the most respectable and talented of old time circus men; Sam and Robert Stickney, sons; Emma Stickney, his daughter; Tom King and wife, Millie Turnour, Jimmy Reynolds, the clown whose salary of one hundred dollars a week had so excited the cupidity of Alfred; Woody Cook, who came from Cookstown, Fayette County, only a few miles from Brownsville, and who, like Alfred had left home to seek his fortune; James Kelly, champion leaper of the world; James Cook and wife, of the Cook family, were of the company.
  • lear
  • leaver
  • lee
  • leer
  • lei
  • leo
  • li
  • liar
  • lie
  • lied
  • lief
  • lien
  • lieu
  • lifer
  • lii
  • liner
  • liter
  • liver
  • loader
  • loafer
  • loaner
  • loire
  • loiter
  • mailer
  • wailer
  • Lain
  • Leaser
  • Levier
  • Lew
  • Lire
  • Blair This rapid departure was the more unfortunate because Mr. Dundas, who held the keys of Scottish patronage, was expected on a visit to Blair, and had he met the poet he might have wiped out the reproach often cast on the ministry of the day, that they failed in their duty towards Burns.
  • Clair In taking as it were a final stand against the passing of her girlhood, Miss St. Clair had gone further than most.
  • Louie
  • lies
  • LASE
  • LAUE
  • leafier
  • lazier
  • lairs
  • lamer
  • laid
  • crosseyed
  • megalomanias
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