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Correct spellings for LEWAST
- last We all know boats don't last We all know cars are fast – Flexible by depeche mode
- lest "If she will not sacrifice to save the people, let her be careful lest the people sacrifice her to save themselves," said Ki in a cold voice.
- lewis He had taken a dislike to Mr. Lewis.
- list Looks like the plasmoids have made it to the head of the problem list!
- lost And I am lost!
- lowest On the lowest of these steps, near enough to enable us to see them quite clearly, were seated Oliver Orme and Maqueda, Child of Kings.
- lust He has broken the fetters mentioned and also reduced to a minimum the next two, lust and hate.
- newest "Star Lord: newest model in space-ships of the famed Star Line.
- vast He seemed to entertain a vast admiration for Nick, and as Olga was wholly in sympathy with him on this great point, they did not find it difficult to agree upon smaller matters.
- vest She silently reached out to him, and he, understanding, took the rings from his vest pocket and dropped them into her open palm.
- waist Marx grasped her around the waist, lifted her high into the air, and placed her in the boy's arms.
- waste They didn't interest him; when he was ready he would deal with them and until that time came need not waste his thoughts upon them.
- west "A great many of your family live out in the mountains of the Far West, and there quite often there will be one who is all brown.
- Wast For after that thou hadst come to the Molossian plains, and about the lofty ridge of Dodona, where is the oracular seat of Thesprotian Jove, and a portent passing belief, the speaking oaks, by which thou wast clearly and without any ambiguity saluted illustrious spouse of Jove that art to be; if aught of this hath any charms for thee.
- bending will