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  • clear It is as clear that they did not listen. BRITISH ADMIRAL All clear? Just so. Sign here. – Please Hello by Unknown Author
  • czar I swear it; I the Czar, Batyushka! It's a long black car It's power like a czar – Tale O' The Twister by Guevara Chagall
  • lace All she wore was lace She didn't know that I was poor She never saw my place – Lady Came From Baltimore by Bobby Darin
  • laser
  • lea This sister of my mother's was, when we were living in Covent Garden Chambers, a governess in a school at Lea, near Blackheath.
  • lead I want the people to see I am not afraid, as they may think if I let you lead me.
  • leaf Sabrina nodded, and he ate a leaf.
  • leak We call that wire a "grid-condenser leak" because it lets the electrons slip around past the gap.
  • lean Gwendolen Erme, for that matter, with her white face and her fixed eyes, was of the very type of the lean ladies one had met in the temples of chance.
  • leap Again and again the fish sprang high above the water, four, five, six times, one leap after another; and then came a long, steady savage run which carried Jesse down along the bank, following the fish.
  • lear Sir Andrew Mitchell, British ambassador at the Prussian court, was consulted; and pleased with his lively genius, and his translations and drawings from Macbeth and Lear, he received Fuseli with much kindness, and advised him to visit Britain.
  • learn Then we can learn what he has done-perhaps he will have fixed everything himself."
  • leary
  • lease
  • leer "I daresay," said Mr. Wurley, with a leer; "and I suppose there's a sister to keep house for him, eh?"
  • lees
  • less
  • liar
  • linear
  • liza
  • loser
  • luce Up, and when ready, and to my office, to do a little business, and, coming homeward again, saw my door and hatch open, left so by Luce, our cookmayde, which so vexed me, that I did give her a kick in our entry, and offered a blow at her, and was seen doing so by Sir W. Pen's footboy, which did vex me to the heart, because I know he will be telling their family of it; though I did put on presently a very pleasant face to the boy, and spoke kindly to him, as one without passion, so as it may be he might not think I was angry, but yet I was troubled at it.
  • sear
  • ulcer
  • Lars
  • Leaser
  • Les A short time ago Mr. Von Siebold and Count Diesbach galloped up on their return from Biratori, the Aino village to which I am going; and Count D., throwing himself from his horse, rushed up to me with the exclamation, Les puces!
  • Lice
  • Cesar Outside, the slaves were forming in the open space before the Casa, while Cesar, with a few others, laboured to swing the heavy gates to.
  • Lacey
  • Leah
  • Lisa
  • Leos
  • Lesa
  • clears That clears the air.
  • lies
  • LEIS
  • LEAS
  • leers
  • liars
  • gruntwork
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