What is the correct spelling for LECTEUR?

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Correct spellings for LECTEUR

  • decatur But how could he have disobeyed the order of Decatur to proceed on board ship?
  • elector The Elector , in his joy at the recovery of even one child, was generous enough to send a pardon, but the messenger reached Freiburg too late, and a stone in the marketplace still marks the place of doom, while the grim effigy of Sir Konrad's head grins over the door of the Rathhaus.
  • lacquer So many people might love red lacquer and old glass with a clear conscience, once they had been brought to see them; but who, with a clear conscience, could love black satin furniture and marble vases?
  • later We'll be along later ." Back And Forth And Forth And Back Baby She Like Hit It From The Back I'll Ride You Later And We Was Only In The Elevator Hope Her Mind Was Right Cause The Look Was Major. – Body by Ja Rule
  • latter The latter took them, wonderingly.
  • leader The leader seemed to like him, in a curious way.
  • lectern At once, she perceived her husband by the lectern .
  • lecture He bowed, and treated us with beautiful deference, and read his dreary lecture with enthusiasm.
  • lecturer The first lecturer she heard on the Anarchist platform was Dr. A. Solotaroff.
  • ledger He closed the locked ledger with a snap.
  • legate But while Philip prepared to reap, with arms in his hands, the fruits of the pontiff's liberality, a legate named Pandolph, took advantage in England of the fright of the deposed king, and presented him the means of recovering his sceptre, by accepting it as a pure gift from the hands of the Church.
  • legatee Very little euphuism remains in Breton; we do not find in him those clusters of similes with which Lyly and Greene were fond of adorning their novels, and alliteration is there only to remind us that through Greene, Breton may be considered a secondary legatee of Lyly.
  • leger The funny thing, said Mrs. Morres, and the amusement had come back in her voice-is that Colonel St. Leger won't like your marriage at all.
  • letter But no letter came.
  • liter
  • litter
  • locate
  • locator
  • locker
  • loiter He has no right to play and loiter about the warehouse in the aimless fashion that is possible out-of-doors; nor to devote himself to making a ladder stand straight up in the air while he climbs up it.
  • looter
  • Leagued Mrs. Deane was not very courageous, and unwilling to press her claim, she turned away and reported her ill-success to Eugenia, who heaped a torrent of abuse upon both Mrs. Elliott, Dora, the old South American, and Mr. Hastings, who, she declared, were all leagued against them.
  • Lester Little Lester hopping in to help fit wire rigging, most of it still imaginary.
  • Lexer

103 words made from the letters LECTEUR