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Correct spellings for LEATH

  • death Death, however, had not yet done with him. And then subsiding back to death, And then again a little breath, – Mazeppa by george gordon, lord byron
  • earth Where on earth did you find him? With trembling hands helpe to remove this earth To its last death and first victorious birth: – An Elegie. On The Death Of Mrs. Cassandra Cotton, Only Sister To Mr. C. Cotton. by Richard Lovelace
  • health Your health , my lords! In every condition, in sickness, in health; In poverty's vale, or abounding in wealth; – How Firm a Foundation? by religious music
  • heath All the scorn and the grief which had been piling up in him, all the cold hurt went into the effort as he stepped in and snapped his fist into the face of Buck Heath .
  • lat "Ay will I," answered Annie, "gin He'll lat in Alec and Curly too."
  • latch That latch doesn't catch: I must go down and bolt it."
  • lath The wall or lath work should be first covered with common hair mortar well dried.
  • lathe Two easy-chairs beside the bed showed where the old folks oftenest sat; Abel's home corner was there by the antique desk covered with farmers' literature and samples of seeds; Phebe's work-basket stood in the window; Nat's lathe in the sunniest corner; and from the speckless carpet to the canary's clear water-glass all was exquisitely neat, for love and labor were the handmaids who served the helpless woman and asked no wages but her comfort.
  • lather It is worth remembering that he who was to be in his way, another great protestant came into the world on an anniversary of the birth of Lather .
  • lea Patty Lea , it's an inspiration.
  • leach You're to tell Leach ," shouted Bainton, "that Miss Vancourt is mistress 'ere, and her orders is to be obeyed at the last moment!
  • lear "Lear" marks a stage in Shakespeare's agony.
  • leash Hedger mechanically snapped the midsummer leash on Caesar's collar and they ran downstairs and hurried through Sullivan Street off toward the river.
  • leather Working men could now afford leather shoes and white bread.
  • let You let her do it!"
  • lethe Then I found that some of the people, some of the old ones, who in youth had been accustomed to it, like nothing so well as tea; it was ambrosia and Lethe mingled; and a packet of tea was put in my list next to the Testament.
  • lithe Murphy looked after the lithe swaying figure.
  • loath Their astonishment increased, but they felt loath to question any one as to what was going on; for persons who drive in a funeral procession are expected to keep to themselves and not to enter into conversation with those who have no part in the mourning.
  • loathe No attempt whatever was made at haste, but, instead, now climbing easily to the top of the passes, now descending into the valleys, they rode slowly on, ever loathe to leave behind them the great forests and high mountains.
  • loather
  • plath
  • sleuth
  • wealth
  • Laths This frail bark, on which our safety and progression depended, was made of birch bark sewed together, lined in the inside with thin laths of wood, and pitched on the seams with gum.
  • Leah Half an hour later, and Ella Hastings, having left orders with Mrs. Leah for a "company dinner," was riding down the shaded avenue into the highway, where she bade the coachman drive in the direction of Locust Grove.
  • Leta
  • Letha
  • neath

40 words made from the letters LEATH