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  • ladder Are you sure you did not move that ladder? If I'm a few rungs short of the top of the ladder When I meet my maker, what will it matter – Measure of a Man by Kevin Sharp
  • laden He turned in half his course, and ran into a lady who had just emerged from the door of the promenade laden with wraps, and who dropped them all and clutched him to save herself from falling.
  • lander Mrs. Lander was thoughtfully silent.
  • lardner If Vince Lardner hadn't needed an assistant, he probably would have moved into one of the summer colonies, or gotten some other kind of job.
  • leaden Already the sun had set behind the land, and the gloom of evening was stealing over the leaden ocean when the cutter was seen to haul her wind.
  • leader She was the leader of the party, the head and guide, the one who had the dollars in her pocket, and being the eldest naturally must know best.
  • leander A board resting on two cross pieces of wood served as a bier, and, the body being placed upon it, was carried by Herode, Blazius, Scapin and Leander.
  • leaner These were the Eastern (Asia Minor and the Eastern Aegean), consisting of Byzantine cuisine supplemented by trade items, and a leaner style primarily based on local Greek culture.
  • learner When those principles are properly defined, disposed, and exemplified, the labour of learning them is far less than has been represented; and the habits of application induced by such a method of studying grammar, are of the utmost importance to the learner.
  • ledger Now the general ledger of a bank contains a summary of all business done.
  • leiden Dr. Leiden came and went sometimes thrice daily, and for a week he bore a look so grave as to frighten me.
  • lender At that instant there were three knocks at the door, and, stepping out to see who was there, the money lender found himself in presence of his fate.
  • lerner Ellen DuBois, MariJo Buhle, Temma Kaplan, Gerda Lerner & Carroll-Smith Rosenberg, Politics and culture in women’s history: A symposium.
  • letter I have never had a single letter from him I could not show mother and Judy.
  • liner But to-morrow they must be spoken, when Aunt Mary and Beatrice come to see me sail away on the French liner.
  • loaner
  • loner
  • tenner
  • Leaned Merryon leaned back in his chair, watching her.
  • Lieder Schallen sollen frohe Lieder, Bis der Morgenstern erwacht!
  • Leonor This phrase, despite its banality, pleased Leonor, who had begun to feel more indulgent towards his mistress.
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