What is the correct spelling for LALBE?

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Correct spellings for LALBE

  • alb I went to the children's Mass last Sunday, and I seemed to see him walking up and down the aisle in his alb, and I thought to myself that I had never once asked you to say Mass for his soul.
  • albee H. Albee, 125 W. 58th Street, N.Y. City.
  • blab And Hob, who had not spoken a word of his own invention up to now, spake solemnly: "I'll not blab.
  • elbe I assented, of course, and we bade adieu to a pleasant family with whom we had been travelling, and who were bound for Dresden, assuring them we should meet them on the Elbe.
  • flab
  • lab He's always down in the lab at this time of the morning.
  • label He read the label attached to the case of scores: "Claude Heath, passenger to Algiers, via Marseilles."
  • labile All these, and numerous other results of enquiry, have led to the conclusions that we must regard living protoplasm as a complex made up of very large molecular units, each containing atom-groupings of the elements named; and, partly on account of the large number of atoms they contain, and partly due to the vibrations of absorbed heat, these units must be extremely labile.
  • labor I was so busy I could not pause to think, and was conscious only of the rush, the labor, the worry.
  • lb At what price did you sell that sugar per lb.?
  • liable There are many hopeful passages in Tennyson to offset such deep pessimism as is expressed in this one, which, moreover, being a dramatic utterance it must be remembered, does not reflect any settled conviction on the poet's part, though it shows him liable to moods of the most extreme doubt.
  • libel And he said just now Madame Sennier was a deed fool to have given us such a lift with her libel.
  • lille They reached Lille long after dark, and were driven through the streets, between the bright windows of happier men, to the gloomy tower of Saint Pierre, that at this time was set apart for galley-slaves.
  • llb
  • lob The two lob-sticks at Point Separation are full of historic interest.
  • lobe It is said, that, on their being first seized with this complaint they tear their hair and the rings from their ears, with such force as to break the lobe.
  • lube
  • lullaby Full many wanton babes have I, Which must be still'd with lullaby. – Gascoigne's Lullaby by george gascoigne
  • pleb Save the pleb, no one listened.
  • slab
  • Labia
  • Lib
  • Caleb
  • Lyle Again, Gerald's prospects were very brilliant; but, to do Mr. Lyle justice, more than all this was the desire to please his friend, to make some amends for the past.
  • Alba
  • Layla The other dynasty, that of Queen Janahara, her Persian father Zainul Beg, her brother Nadir Sharif, and now her daughter Layla, represented a very different kind of conqueror.
  • LBW
  • KALB The continental troops, under De Kalb and Gist, with inferior numbers, stood their ground and maintained the unequal conflict with great firmness.