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Correct spellings for LEARDER

  • ladder Run, then, to the ladder!
  • lade Pass straight down the fields, not round by the lade and plantations.
  • lander N Lander, 9300 ft.
  • lard Make a crust of one and one-half cupfuls of flour sifted with a pinch of salt and a teaspoonful of baking-powder, rubbing into it half a cupful of lard, and adding ice-water to mix.
  • larder And so this royal old couple continued to eat until both larder and cupboard were bare.
  • lardner De Morgan wrote on probabilities, and Lardner on various branches of mathematics, and there were many other well-known contributors.
  • later I'll tell you more later, maybe.
  • lauder It was Harry Lauder!
  • lead "I started up the stairs, feelin' like lead.
  • leaded They ought to leave off their insane habit of licking the thumb and finger of the left hand-which is the leaded hand-with their tongues.
  • leaden How well she remembered the day when she received it-the dark, dismal April day, when the rain which dropped so fast from the leaden clouds, seemed weeping for her, who could not weep then, so complete was her humiliation, so utter her desolation.
  • leader There can be no doubt that Sandys continued to be the leader of the company.
  • leaders This was a national effort, but in a special way it was London's effort to serve the nation in response to a call from its leaders.
  • leander In 1831 Oxford and Leander rowed at Henley for 200l.
  • learner The man that has grown up among us, whom we have seen struggling up through the ignorance, and weakness, and folly of boyhood, whom we have had to help and to protect, can scarcely receive the same respect as one who presents himself a mature man, with already developed faculties, no longer a learner, but prepared to teach.
  • lender That I never borrowed I cannot say, but I never did so except in cases where I was in such personal relations with the lender that if I died without paying the debt, it would neither weigh on him nor on my conscience.
  • loader It was a muzzle-loader of the crop of 1854, and carried a bullet the size of a well-matured cherry.
  • pleader I must call in even a better-accredited pleader, and shall then leave my object, the balance of justice and mercy, in equally beloved hands."
  • Larded The fleshy parts may be larded with salt pork, if found too lean.
  • Lardy
  • Lieder Days of delicious dreaming were these,-days of roaming on the emerald green turf under the stately and odorous pines, listening to the dash of the waterfalls, or watching the crimson sunset burning redly through the darkness of the branches,-and in the moonlit evenings sitting under the trees to hear the entrancing music of a Hungarian string-band, which played divine and voluptuous melodies of the land,-"lieder" and "walzer" that swung the heart away on a golden thread of sound to a paradise too sweet to name!
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