What is the correct spelling for LKARGE?

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Correct spellings for LKARGE

  • cage In the course of the morning he thought he would clean out his bird's cage .
  • gage "You see, Pinto, if the light was on we can take it for granted Gage saw the murderer's face.
  • kludge
  • lag For Her part, it was a busy day enough and did not lag .
  • lager Duz the old man take his Lager beer reglar?
  • lake I'm afraid the lake will rough it up a bit."
  • large "She's a large ship, no doubt about that," said Nettleship.
  • largely The Carmichaels were another extensive firm of English dealers; they bought largely at Falkirk, Aikey Fair, and in the north.
  • larger 9512. How do you account for your shop business not being larger last year?
  • largess It must have seemed like a city of dream, a city to catch the heart, when, coming over the great plain, Fionn saw Tara of the Kings held on its hill as in a hand to gather all the gold of the falling sun, and to restore a brightness as mellow and tender as that universal largess .
  • largo He was stout and strong, red-faced, and thick in the leg, always smoking a largo black-looking pipe, and wearing trousers very short and tight.
  • lark We are going to have a right-down jolly time, for father is so tickled with the notion that he is coming, too; and he says he will give us a real good lark .
  • league Who is the proper person to organize a public health league ?
  • leakage Before they are used they have been either boiled in wine, soaked in a solution of tartar, or else steamed by the cork merchants, both to prevent their imparting a bad flavour to the wine and to hinder any leakage .
  • linkage The phenomenon of holding together we speak of as linkage .
  • loge The loge reserved for the Diplomatic Corps is directly opposite the Queen's.
  • luge
  • luggage
  • Clarke And now, Christy Clarke , go down stairs and tell the Master, Mr. Scollard, that I want to see him.
  • larges
  • agglutinates
  • asservating

78 words made from the letters LKARGE