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  • easy But it was not so easy to go about it.
  • lacy 275, 276 Lacy, Henry de, ii.
  • laos La gente siguio el alcance hasta donde estaban laos Yndios con armas; no se hallo en ellos resistencia alguna, porque ya era recogieronse todos al Pueblo donde el Gobernador quedaba.
  • lass "Quiet yourself, lass, quiet yourself.
  • laws The people make the laws.
  • lay 15,272. Did you sometimes lay in a small stock of these?
  • lazy "I suppose Grandma Carroll would say I was a lazy girl," she sighed.
  • lea And linkin' it owre the lily-white lea; And ah, gin I were but young for thee!"
  • leafy She lay down by the roadside, and pressed her ear to the earth to listen for the sound of hoof-beats, but only the forest murmurs came to her, the moan of the wind in the valleys, the leafy murmur of the trees, the creaking of broken and swaying branches, the faint calling of birds, all confused and mingled in a vague wave of sound.
  • leaky And yet the very day after her return from Camden "the stingy old woman" had sent to her minister a loaf of bread and a pail of butter, and to a poor sick woman, who lived in a leaky cabin off in the prairie, a nice, warm blanket for her bed, with a basket of delicacies to tempt her capricious appetite.
  • leary You-you ain't the one that left me with Mother Leary, are you?
  • lease 8103. Nothing in what lease?
  • leash She had, in one decisive action, destroyed all that was holding her spirit in leash.
  • least I can at least go with her!
  • lees She spoke French with the accent of Vienna, and her German had in it some of the lingering lees of the Dutch.
  • less And the less talk there is the better."
  • lousy If the animal is lousy, the parasite must be destroyed before the eczema can be cured.
  • Lars When Lars Gunnarson had received his instructions he ordered Jan to go straight to the house and tell the mistress of what had occurred; then he was to call the hired boy.
  • Leaser
  • Les When not in the line the Battalion rested at Noeux-les-Mines or Mazingarbe.
  • Lisa And lovely Lisa, where are you, Lisa? You gave a new meaning to the leaning tow'r of Pisa. – Where Is the Life That Late I Led? by Unknown Author
  • Leos
  • Lesa Lesa wouldn't stand for that."
  • Fleas Flick you off like fleas They be laughin' at ya while you're crawlin' on our knees And to the strength so go the length – 911 Is a Joke by duran duran
  • pleas All the while making sure you heard my cautionary pleas There's a price on my head at which nobody would sneeze – Watching Evil Empires Fall Apart by Electric 6
  • leads And, absorbed in the new life he leads, He recks not, he heeds – After by Robert Browning
  • leaps To get a better view he leaps up high above the ferns two or three times.
  • leaks Electro-tested for tears and leaks Lubricated prophylactic sheiks – Safe Sex by anvil
  • lays "Come, pretty birds, present your lays, And learn to chaunt a goddess praise; – " To His Fairest Valentine Mrs. A. L. by Richard Lovelace
  • lies For he is weak and poor and blind, and lies On the anvil of the world. i{S. Patrick.} Be still: the skies Are choked with thunder, lightning, and fierce wind, – Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin by William Butler Yeats
  • leans At your feet would fall many queens At your feet the willow tree leans – At Your Feet by violent femmes
  • LS
  • LEIS
  • LASE
  • LEAFS
  • LEAS
  • academicians An unsuccessful appearance before the Académie des sciences at the Institut de France in Paris resulted in the academicians being annoyed at being deceived by Burns, who had apparently claimed to be King of Zealand.
  • bendings
  • bi-furcates
  • boresome
  • entrappings
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