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  • leeds In Leeds the classes are held at the Northern Institute on Saturday evenings, at 8.30 p.
  • leer He wheeled, to see Shorty leaning against a tree, a sneering leer on his flushed face.
  • lees But by a very ordinary process in the human mind, as Jasper had fallen lower and lower into the lees and dregs of fortune, his pride had more prominently emerged from the group of the other and gaudier vices, by which, in health and high spirits, it had been pushed aside and outshone.
  • less The "little less" had told.
  • pliers A few minutes he spent crouched down in the cockpit, watching the willows, and when nothing happened he ventured forth, armed with pliers and wrench, and went at the motor.
  • Lars Lars Larsson, the deputy, pressed close to the throne on which the small figure perched silent, yet with a defiant little look upon her face.
  • Les The display of the opening of the session produced no more effect on the public mind, than the appearance on the terrace of les Enfans de France.
  • Lice When Papa brought the dog home he was covered with lice, there were sores on his body, some of his beautiful coat had fallen away and his feet were sore from traveling so far.
  • Lieder It was not that he disliked or had any prejudice against Brahms; he took a delight in some of his works, especially his chamber music, but he found fault with his symphonies and was shocked by the carelessness of the declamation in his Lieder and, in general, could not bear his want of originality and power, and found him lacking in joy and fulness of life.
  • Lives It saved our lives.
  • Leos
  • Leeks Stew this very gently for two hours, then put in turnips, carrots, celery, leeks, or any other vegetables.
  • LINEs I've heard all of your parting lines Can only say goodbye so many times – Heart of Matters by Ben Harper
  • lingers
  • limes But Mark was not paying any attention to his uncle's fury; he was thinking about the unfortunate martyr under lock and key in The Limes, Cranborne Road, Slowbridge.
  • liens
  • likes
  • fliers
  • liners
  • liters
  • lifers
  • livers The Creoles are the most cautious livers in the world, perhaps;-the stranger who walks in the sun without an umbrella, or stands in currents of air, is for them an object of wonder and compassion.
  • loiters This short avenue ends at another, still shorter, lying square across its foot within some seventy yards of that suddenly falling wooded and broken ground where Mill River loiters through Paradise.
  • lies
  • LEIS
  • LEAS
  • litters At the corner of the next street, he met two litters, carried with difficulty through the crowd by their bearers.
  • lepers
  • levers
  • lairs The Bandar-log have taken him beyond the river to the monkey city-to the Cold Lairs.
  • leers They tried to explain their loss to the other inmates, but instead of receiving sympathy for their trouble, only malicious grunts and malevolent leers were their reward.
  • liars
  • lieges
  • billboarding
  • unconfining
  • biospheres
  • birdseye
  • frumpiness
  • birrs
  • bits-and-pieces
  • oddnesses