What is the correct spelling for LAZOR?
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Correct spellings for LAZOR
- blazer She's a hell raiser, star chaser, trail blazer – Hell Raiser by def leppard
- labor Everyone says love is a labor So I guess you go call a sex line If you want to love your neighbor, baby I'll just standing right here and I'll just get safer and safer – Wiggley Fingers by patty griffin
- labour The Ocean, its neighbour, Was at his old labour, – Hymn To Apollo by John Keats
- lace A hundred percent Italian silk imported Egyptian lace But nothing baby, I said nothing baby could compare To your lovely face Do you know what I'm saying to ya this evening – Adore by prince
- lagos The Island of Lagos.
- lair Considering that they were cut-throats and ruffians and all that sort of thing, their consciences seemed singularly clear, for they laughed and chatted as they made their way along the few yards of trail which led to their lair, or den, or haunt, or cave, or whatever you care to call it.
- lass "He fetched his lass up here to make eyes at my son.
- lessor Two days after, the Board of Health at the foot of the precipice, which the lessor called a flight of stairs, which led into the Lady of Shalott's palace, were met and stopped by another board.
- loos I'm a pretty good soldier on active service, sir-why, you seen me at Loos, didn't you?
- luzon It doesn't rain in Luzon; it opens up clouds, and oceans suddenly drop to the land.
- razor They told us that the principal actor, before showing himself on the stage, had figured, razor in hand in the shops of the wig-makers, and now he did not wish to produce anything which would recall his origin.
- Luz I transferred my bill of exchange for eight thousand francs to a Madrid house, and crossed the Landes, passing by Mont de Marsan, Bayonne, and St. Jean de Luz, where I sold my post-chaise.
- Lazaro Here Lazaro Gomez and the other ancients of his race shall dwell in comfort for the rest of their days.