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Correct spellings for LEW

  • clew "That is the clew for us, sure enough.
  • dew Eager as he was to get to work, he could not begin just yet, for the night had been clear and cold, and the grain was dripping with the heavy dew .
  • few I think you will find very few of them.
  • hew Out of great rough blocks of marble he would hew the most perfect semblance of men and of women, and of everything that seemed to him most beautiful and the most worth preserving.
  • jew "Listen here, Mister," he said, and suddenly broke off to wave away the young Jew , who was gazing in upon them with eyes enlarged and charged with pathos.
  • law They will fight this law , if you pass it.
  • le Here it is, monsieur le comte.
  • lea The son, when he reaches home after his excited chase to save his wife, looks across the grassy lea ,- "To right, to left," and cries "Ho, Enderby!"
  • led Kumpee led the way.
  • lee Now let's get going-Lee, you're first.
  • leg And now he'll lose his leg .
  • lei In the mean time, Liloa had grown old, and Akahikameainoa, deeming the moment had arrived, invested Umi with the royal malo, the niho palaoa, and the lei , emblems of power, which high chiefs alone had the right to wear.
  • leo Leo, I say you have no right to do it!
  • let Let me tell him!
  • lewd Two rough-looking men walking ahead of them were discussing the sensation in a lewd , brutal way.
  • low I want to lie low ; to square myself in my own sight and man's.
  • mew After a moment it halted the operation long enough to rub its jaw against a bar of its cage, and gave vent to a sociable mew !
  • new 6069. Is the settlement always before the New Year, or is it sometimes later?
  • pew Whatever love we had for music was cherished, however, in the church of New England, but the advent of the soloist in the choir loft has put a quietus upon the musical expression in the pew .
  • sew I could cook well, and scrub well, and sew well," she says, "and now I was resolved to learn to sing well.
  • slew "Pew, pew, My mimmie me slew , My daddy me chew, My sister gathered my banes, And put them between two milk-white stanes.
  • yew In the midst of one of the lawns grew a grand old yew tree, the lower branches of which were easy to climb.
  • Blew "You blew his head off.
  • Flew The time flew by.
  • Les Les Charmettes, the modest farm-house to which they retired, still stands.
  • Lew Lew, did Slover know how many men got out?"
  • Len So, notwithstanding the fine promises of the two, I resolved to address myself personally to Len Guy, hard to get at though he might be, so soon as I should meet him alone.
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