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Correct spellings for LAYED

  • delayed We have delayed the matter already too long. I cannot be delayed: There are lands to conquer, cities to loot and peoples to degrade. – Bring Me My Bride by Unknown Author
  • laced The woman on the sofa laced her fingers lightly and regarded her guest afresh.
  • lad
  • lade
  • lard
  • late It is not well to be a day late ....
  • laud The peasants were headed by Father Jerome, the priest of St. Laud , and it was he who first mounted the steps leading up to the front door of the house.
  • lawyer "Later on," answered the old lawyer .
  • layer Mrs. Briggs occupied the exalted position of layer -out in chief in Brethaven village, and right proud was she of her calling.
  • layered
  • layette
  • led
  • lied
  • lye
  • played
  • Allayed It may be considered as an earnest of their future peaceable demeanor; the disbelief of the sceptic will thus be put to the blush, and the apprehensions of the timid allayed.
  • Bayed He looked up at old Mother Moon and bayed and bayed, but old Mother Moon did not help him a bit.
  • Belayed They were drenched and buried in each wallowing sea, which strove to tear them from the pin to which each man was belayed by the line round his waist; and their ears were stunned with the bellow of each bursting wave.
  • Cloyed But then he told me that, a great deal before the war, my Lord Chancellor did speak of a war with some heat, as a thing to be desired, and did it upon a belief that he could with his speeches make the Parliament give what money he pleased, and do what he would, or would make the King desire; but he found himself soon deceived of the Parliament, they having a long time before his removal been cloyed with his speeches and good words, and were come to hate him.
  • Flayed
  • Lamed Luckily his father was near, and extricated him; but for that, and the fact of his wearing high riding boots, he might have been burnt to death, or lamed for life-as it was, the boiling mud had burnt the boots through before they could be pulled off, and the knee above had been severely hurt.
  • Laved
  • Lazed
  • Loyd Here is a funny little age problem, by the late Sam Loyd , which has been very popular in the United States.
  • LASED
  • slayed
  • laded
  • relayed
  • laid
  • payed
  • dis-unified
  • unstoppering
  • unstoppers

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