What is the correct spelling for LIBRE?
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Correct spellings for LIBRE
- calibre Then came something of a different calibre and Roy stepped down and hit at it.
- fibre "Might as well do the thing well," said Archy, and Mr. Spokesly agreed in every fibre of his soul.
- laborer I have never seen any person in any station of life in whom it was equally manifest; and when it is remembered that he was well 'stricken in years;' that he had been a most indefatigable and successful laborer in the cause of humanity; and that he might have sought for a season of repose, and the uncontrolled disposal of his own time, the sacrifices which he made are the more to be valued.
- liable We thought it best to say as little as possible about the matter, for according to strict military discipline, the man who goes to sleep on guard in the face of an enemy, becomes liable to the punishment of death.
- libby Sustained by such considerations, and cheered by the voice and still more potent example of their leader, they pressed onward, resolved to do all within their power, and then, if the worst came, they could go to "Libby" or "Belle Isle," with the pleasing consciousness that they had done their duty.
- libel Aguilar replied coldly, not to Audrey, but to the police: "If Inspector Keeble or anybody else has been mixing my name up with any scandal about females, I'll have him up for slander and libel and damages as sure as I stand here."
- liberia As a man of such a well developed mind could not find in this country adequate opportunity for service in this field, he was urged to go to Liberia.
- libya When he was boasting and magnifying himself for his exploits in Libya, a person of noble station made answer, "And how can you be an honest man, who, since the death of a father who left you nothing, have become so rich?"
- lira Before the war, the franc, the lira, the mark and the crown had about the same value-20 to 23 cents, or about five to a dollar.
- lobe Scientifically I feel that I'm thinking life with one lobe of my brain and breathing with one lung.
- Lib 19, 20. - Zarate, Conq del Peru, lib.