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Correct spellings for LEESEE

  • laser
  • lease Mrs. Greenow, as has before been stated, had taken a lease of the place, and her troubles extended beyond her mere bridal wardrobe.
  • leased Also, to be leased at the same time to the highest bidder, for twenty-one years, subject to such conditions as will then be produced.
  • lees There is no more wine in the cup, nothing but the lees .
  • less "You can't think in the dark, much less talk!
  • lessee No. 55 Under Rule 42.-When any room or building in any part or portion within the precinct is known to the captain to be kept, used, or occupied for purposes of prostitution, assignation, or other immoral purpose, he must give notice in writing to the owner, lessee or occupant, that such room or building is so used, and that it is a misdemeanor.
  • lessen She forgot her uncle and Miss White; that she was going to give them pain did not occur to her until safe from their possible interference, in the dark, behind the slowly swaying curtains of her section, her fatigue began to lessen .
  • lesser Still, there are some which even I, with His help, may be able to bring about; if not the great things, at least the lesser ones.
  • levee The days that followed the President's levee were one after the other filled up with engagements and amusements, - if I can give that term to what had such deep and thrilling interest for me; but I grew only more secretly restless with every one.
  • loose "Me either," says I; "but I'd never let myself loose before.
  • lose I shall not lose you so soon."
  • loser So while I resolved that the servant should not be a loser I gave the husband a good reception that I might the better mould him to my purpose.
  • louse It had the power of rolling itself up nearly double; in the same manner as a wood-louse, but not quite so close; eyes distinct and prominent.
  • Geese Those are wild geese and they will not hurt you, child!
  • Leaser
  • Les "Why, my dear, I should think you'd understand by this time that people don't do such things; we've got to observe les convenances if we ever expect to get on and keep up with the procession.
  • Reese
  • Leos
  • Lesa
  • Lessie
  • leases
  • lies
  • LEIS
  • LASE
  • LEAS
  • leers
  • lessees
  • bloodthirstinesses
  • vernacularities
  • vernacularity

12 words made from the letters LEESEE