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  • gears Further, you know something about slipping mental gears.
  • laos He wanted to be in the Laos Paris hotel with him.
  • lass Collie, lass, it was he who was your father!"
  • laws You have placed yourself outside all laws!
  • lear The latter died in Washington in 1816. Mrs. Lear first informed me of these letters ten or twelve years ago when in Washington, and offered them to my perusal and examination, telling me to take them home and retain them as long as I chose, and use them as I thought best, for she knew I would not abuse this privilege.
  • learn Perhaps you could learn to love me.
  • leary Katie Leary was retained to accompany the family.
  • lease He was too concerned about his daughter to think of so small a matter as the falling-in of a lease.
  • lees The wine is left on its lees until the following February, when it is racked and fined, the bottling taking place when the moon is at the full in March.
  • less And this is true enough, as Rosalind is really always thinking of Sally, more or less.
  • tears Silence, broken only by the sound of tears.
  • years There was something about him that was different from what she'd remembered over all the years.
  • Lars Lars Larssen said quietly: "Your letter brought me over to Paris.
  • Les He spent his time in the pleasure gardens, shooting at the mark with arquebuss or crossbow, drinking with his comrades, and shrieking "Vivent les gueux."
  • Pears Likewise she could see the gleam of peaches, apples, pears and plums-a colorful and mixed gleam, delightful to the eye.
  • Leos
  • Bears I should doubt that this cold, proud woman before me were my daughter, if it were not for the name she bears, and her features." And then expect no end of its chast tears, That first was rowl'd in down, now furs of bears. – To A Lady With Child That Ask'd An Old Shirt. by Richard Lovelace
  • Fears For all thy adjurations ? O my fears, That this can scarce be right ! We are not peers, – Sonnet IX by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • wears
  • clears My acute fellow-laborer at Breslau clears away much which does not deserve to remain, but in many parts of his book he seems to me to sweep with too hard a broom.
  • learns "I-well, I was always fond of my sister, but one learns a good deal more of people when things go wrong than when they just run along right.
  • nears As she nears the sea, faster still she slides and shoots over the well-greased skids, urged forwards by her own weight and pulled forwards by the crew, who grasp the haul-off warp moored off shore a long way, and at last, as a warrior to battle, with a final bound she meets the shock of the first great sea.
  • leads And those he leads seem to be the people we know, the men, and the women, and the boys!
  • hears And he swiftly sank into that darkness in which one neither sees nor hears.
  • rears This object the same poet has noticed:- Mark how that rooted mandrake wears His human feet, his human hands; Oft, as his shapely form he rears, Aghast the frighted ploughman stands.
  • sears The something which happened was Maxwell Sears.
  • leaps Success comes by inches, not by leaps or bounds.
  • dears I am tired, dears; we won't stay up any later.
  • leaks There's a lot of mud down there, because the cellar door leaks, and-" "Sam!"
  • lays She lays letters addressed to you on the hall table at her lodgings in Scarborough.
  • leans She sits in a comfortable chair, leans right back, and puts her feet right up on the table amongst the poet's papers.
  • LEIS
  • EARS
  • LEAFS
  • LEAS
  • lairs From their lairs among the reeds and sedges of the river rushed the reitbok and wild hog; while troops of quaggas appeared trotting on the lower declivities of the hills.
  • luaus
  • leers The steps presently stopped at the gate, and those in hiding could see the four bullies, who were already somewhat the worse for drink, leaning upon it and eyeing the maiden at work with silly leers and nudgings.
  • liars
  • bendings
  • bits-and-pieces
  • gruntwork
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