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  • badger Mr. Badger smiled as he met the wondering eyes.
  • cadger They call him for custom from all sorts and sizes a cadger, And swear that he badgers the Mob to submit to his badger.
  • ladder They had been boys together, had forced their way up the ladder together, had understood each other all through. Jump off the ladder Pack up your clothes Nothing's the matter Mistletoe hangs up in the bedroom – Come On! Let's Boogey To The Elf Dance! by sufjan stevens
  • lager Behind it all he was most human, however; and sometimes on a hot day in midsummer he would begin to think of the cooling lager that flowed at The Grapevine, a few blocks down the avenue.
  • larder "I suppose he has dined," muttered the landlady to herself, looking towards the larder.
  • lardner 4. As these stories of the ascension of Christ, according to Lardner, were written many years after his crucifixion.
  • large Large birds, small birds, big birds, and little birds.
  • larger For him this garden, with its pretty outlook on a larger world, serves as the boundary of the universe.
  • lauder Then I saw to the unloading of my wee piano, and, having done so, was free to go with the other members of the Reverend Harry Lauder, M.P., Tour to the small hotel that was to be headquarters for all of us in Boulogne.
  • ledger Mrs. Bilton sat in the farthest corner at her desk, apparently absorbed in an enormous ledger.
  • lodger "You'll be able to take in another lodger now," he remarked abruptly to his wife as he ate his supper on the night of his return.
  • Larded "This great Lorde, this worthie Lord," relates the wicked page, "thought no scorne, Lord have mercy upon us, to have his great velvet breeches larded with the droppings of this dainty liquor," that is, the cider that he sold; "and yet he was an olde servitor, a cavelier of an ancient house, as it might appeare by the armes of his ancestrie, drawen very amiably in chalk, on the in side of his tent doore."
  • larders The live stock was still locked up, and in such a way now that, do what they would, they could not get in the sheds and houses; so they betook themselves to the bungalows, and actually entered the larders and helped themselves.