What is the correct spelling for LETAR?

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Correct spellings for LETAR

  • altar Then follow me to prayer at the altar of Amon, and then-to battle." And may He who walked on water Give me courage where I tread And when I kneel down at His altar Let my hungry soul be fed – The Rock (That Was Rolled Away) by Clay Crosse
  • dear "Delightful, my dear sir. The dearest of the dear? I saw thee, lovely Ines, Descend along the shore, With bands of noble gentlemen, – Fair Ines by Thomas Hood
  • eta In particular, with sh [alpha] = 1, the cross-section of [eta] = [alpha] is
  • lad He was just a lad at that time-couldn't have been more than 17 or 18 years old.
  • lard 1183. Lard should be perfectly sweet, which may be ascertained by cutting the bladder through, and, if the knife smells sweet, the lard is good.
  • lat Pluto is a circular mountain, situated in north lat .
  • late No. It's too late .
  • later I shall speak of him later on.
  • lea Its course in Hertfordshire is mostly close to and parallel with that of the Lea .
  • lead I was told to lead the way to Khinjan."
  • leader They did not swear, nor did they curse their leader .
  • lear The external suggestions for the poem were no more than the words from King Lear which form the title, a tower seen in the Carrara mountains, a painting seen in Paris, and the figure of a horse in the tapestry of the drawing-room of Casa Guidi.
  • learn But she was to learn .
  • leary "Long may your honour reign over us, and the Lord spare you to us!" ejaculated Leary , with another national bow, as his master rode off; and he continued for some time to gaze after him with a vacant stare, which slowly and gradually assumed a look of importance.
  • led In quick march he led on his troops.
  • leda [45] It was for him that Michelangelo some time after this made his painting of Leda , but he never sent it to him because of some discourtesy on the part of the Ferrarese ambassador.
  • leer Happening to turn round and see Emily and me smiling at each other she began to laugh her strident, weird laughter saying, with a leer : "Emily, he's your sweetheart, your sweetheart Emily!
  • lenard
  • leotard
  • let
  • letter
  • liar
  • lit
  • liter
  • lot
  • tar
  • tear
  • Lester
  • Leah "Yes, I will go and have it over," he thought, just as Mrs. Leah entered, telling him that "Miss Deane wanted that book."
  • Leta
  • Letha
  • lets
  • LT
  • let's

48 words made from the letters LETAR