What is the correct spelling for LAYBRYNTH?

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Correct spellings for LAYBRYNTH

  • absinth It was learned in the sixteenth century that a child might be immune to heat or cold all his life if his hands were rubbed with juice of absinth before the twelfth month of his life had passed.
  • amaranth From beak to tail it threw off this glowing hue, except for its chin and throat, which were a limpid amaranth purple; and the effect on the excited rods and cones in one's eyes was like the power of great music or some majestic passage in the Bible.
  • broth Your brown bread is fit for a king, and your broth would give courage to a weary army!"
  • galbraith In the mist of the morning damp and gray, These were the words they seemed to say: "Come forth to thy death, Victor Galbraith!"
  • laban Laban was quite willing to do so, and the seven years seemed to Jacob but a few days, for the love he had to Rachel.
  • laboring I'm afraid there will be a sad tale to tell from the sea; even now, while we are secure in this big building, thinking only of amusement, I suppose there is many a ship laboring in the gale, or going headlong on to the rocks.
  • labyrinth It becomes evident that, by this ill-advised proceeding, our Revisionists would convert every Englishman’s copy of the New Testament into a one-sided Introduction to the Critical difficulties of the Greek Text; a labyrinth, out of which they have not been at the pains to supply him with a single hint as to how he may find his way.
  • labyrinthine Fox worked out a labyrinthine trail that Sampson gave up and Jim failed on.
  • Layering This is done as described before; only, as the vine will make a much stronger growth this season than the first, the layering maybe done in June, as soon as the young shoots are strong enough.
  • Laurent Laurent Laurini mounted the stairs, keeping close to the bannisters, and he was deeply moved, when he saw the old cat turn around, arch her back, raise her tail, and rub against the steps.
  • Labyrinths Leaving him in a hollow, I ascended a rocky point, which was barely accessible with Yuranigh's assistance, and, on reaching an elevated summit, I saw still worse gullies before us, amongst which I could perceive no feature affording any cue to their final outlet, nor any characteristic of the structure of these labyrinths.
  • un-proportionate
  • unravelings

178 words made from the letters LAYBRYNTH