What is the correct spelling for LEAGER?

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Correct spellings for LEAGER

  • eager Louise smiled eager forgiveness.
  • lag He could aim for Weald itself, allowing, of course, for the lag in the apparent motion of its image because of the limited speed of light.
  • lager I remembered the immense stores of Dutch lager beer which they had so providentially and so patriotically held in anticipation of the hour of need.
  • lake I shall be able to travel from the lake , in your boat, up the River Lufira, to Lake Lincoln.
  • large The catch was large and it was late before they finished.
  • larger Hence we follow our present creek, as it must run into a larger one.
  • leader "Dear Teacher, Leader , Guide:-'Laus Deo, it is done!
  • league After that, there will still be the League , if Paris have not fallen.
  • leak Yet that press never quite filled up, owing to the fact that there was an incurable leak in it-a sort of secret channel-through which the products of her toil flowed out nearly as fast as she poured them in.
  • leakey
  • leaner
  • leaper
  • lear
  • leaver
  • ledge
  • ledger
  • leek
  • leer
  • leg
  • leger
  • liege
  • loge
  • logger
  • luge
  • luger
  • lugger
  • meager
  • Leagued Here, then, is contempt for the master, abhorrence of the magistrate, and mistrust of the law-the apprentice regarding all three as leagued together to rob him of his rights.
  • Leaser
  • Lego
  • Lexer
  • leagues Not the English only, but the most powerful of his countrymen are leagues against him.
  • leggier
  • lagers Modern methods of producing lager were pioneered by Gabriel Sedlmayr the Younger, who perfected dark brown lagers at the Spaten Brewery in Bavaria, and Anton Dreher, who began brewing a lager (now known as Vienna lager), probably of amber-red colour, in Vienna in 1840–1841.
  • bleaker North Liberty, Connecticut, never on any day a cheerful town, was always bleaker and more cheerless on the seventh, when the Sabbath sun, after vainly trying to coax a smile of reciprocal kindliness from the drawn curtains and half-closed shutters of the austere dwellings and the equally sealed and hard-set churchgoing faces of the people, at last settled down into a blank stare of stony astonishment.

85 words made from the letters LEAGER