What is the correct spelling for LENDE?
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Correct spellings for LENDE
- blend The real future is the blend of what was and is forming the standard and the receptacle for what is to be. Substance abuse is taking on a new blend And I owe it all to my liquid friend – Liquid Friend by twiztid
- blender A blender is a kitchen appliance for chopping or liquefying food. My auto a human blender Chunks of viscera splatter my fender – Pedeadstrians by Cattle Decapitation
- land Gipp's Land did not look its best at the time of my visit. On a height of naked pasture land; In all the country he did command – Pan With Us by Robert Lee Frost
- lander "I guess we did," Mrs. Lander owned at last, with a reluctant sigh.
- leaden The wind blew chill as though from fields of ice and snow, and the dull skies were leaden gray.
- leander In emulation of Leander and Don Juan, he swam, I hear, to the opposite shores the other day, or some world-shaking feat of the sort: himself the Hero whom he went to meet: or, as they who pun say, his Hero was a Bet.
- learned He has learned a lot from me."
- led As a matter of fact, Mr. Enderbury led a dog's life.
- leiden Dr. Leiden , says he, kindly oblige me by leaving my father's house, and consider your services here at an end.
- lenard John Harsanyi - Nobel Prize in Economics (1994), University of BudapestGeorge de Hevesy - Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1943), University of BudapestImre Kertész - Nobel Prize in Literature (2002), Goethe Prize (2004)Peter Lax - Abel Prize (2005), Wolf Prize
- lend I wish you would lend me your thimble, Sarah.
- lender A Jew money-lender, John King by name, at whose house he dined frequently, was arrested on some charge connected with his business.
- lent That should be lent to Lady Cantrip, and Mary should there be her guest.
- Leaned He leaned upon her instinctively.
- Lends The simple costume seemed like a rich toilette on Eve, for she was one of those women whose great nature lends stateliness to the least personal detail; and David felt prodigiously shy of her now that she had changed her working dress.
- Len Hazelton slipped out, crouching low in the car, that he might not be seen and recognized, while Mr. Pollock and his star reporter, Len Spencer, openly entered and drove away.
- lenders Within a comparatively short time the medieval merchants' gilds had given way to great stock-companies, and Jewish money-lenders to millionaire bankers and banking houses with many of our instruments of exchange such as the bill of exchange.