What is the correct spelling for LESSS?
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Correct spellings for LESSS
- lass I'll bring Lass in an hour earlier and we can start then.
- lassa Luckily for my brother he left Lassa with the Punjaub that evening, and never learned whether the theft was discovered or not.
- lasso As soon as a beast rushed through the gate a green-hide lasso was thrown.
- lease 7667. You had a lease of what?
- lees This was the story that Ferne Yarnell told in the parlor of the Palace Hotel to Jack Flatray and the Lees .
- less 14,467. Would they have a good deal less ?
- lessee 16,001. The effect of the lease and the regulations appended to it, so far as I have been able to examine it, appears to be, that if a sub-tenant fails to comply with the rules and regulations appended to the lease, he may be removed by the lessee ?
- lesser It is at all events the lesser things and not the greater which are spoken of with awe.
- lessor A lessor may grant the lease for any term less than his own interest.
- loss If either the loss of the book or the dog's death had occurred in any way through my fault I would tell you.
- Les Les Avants sit high up among the mountains at the back of Montreux.
- Lesa Poor Wrinkled Brown Toad hopped away and Lesa was left alone.
- Lessie And yet Lessie is rather amiable than otherwise in her attitude towards other women.
- LEAS See the banners of Liberty float in the breeze That plays light o'er the regions our fathers defended; Hear the voice of the million resound o'er the leas, As the deeds of the past are proclaim'd and commended; And in splendour on high Where our flags proudly fly, See the folds we tore down flung again to the sky: For the Emblem of England, in kinship unfurl'd, Shall divide with Old Glory the praise of the world!
- leers No double-meanings, glances, leers , sighs, hems, Coughing, or titt'ring, I beseech you, Sir!