What is the correct spelling for LLATER?

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Correct spellings for LLATER

  • alter Suppose it; that's no Support against Death itself: But look narrowly into him, and you will alter your Opinion, even as to that.
  • bloater He had a bloater and some bread-and-butter, and a cup of coffee, and there was not much change left in his pocket after that.
  • clatter Sheffield started down the stairs with noisy clatter, and, the chauffeur a good second, raced through the rooms below and out into the yard.
  • elate For the you, the innocent distant you of six, who had the whooping-cough so badly; her elate pride in the scarcely less distant you of sixteen, carrying home your school-prizes to your mother; her tearful sympathy with the nearer you-the you who still ache at the memory of the loss you sustained when full manhood had given you your utmost capacity for feeling it.
  • falter His keen eyes were intent upon Connie as she walked in, but she did not falter.
  • flatter "Oh," the little woman continued calmly, "I don't flatter myself that I could hold my husband long alone, without the children."
  • floater It was only when considered as a floater of gold mines that his appearance was against him, and even then it was against him only on the score of probability, for it was impossible that even an imaginative public could invent a man in whom more prima-facie confidence should be reposed as a trustee of the moneys of widows and fatherless.
  • halter He bounded upon one of the camels that were among the baggage, snatched up its halter, and with the long rope, struck the stragglers with all his might, running right and left alternately, in the rear of the army, like a dog driving a flock.
  • ladder "He was quite pleased to find the staircase opening out of the room-he calls it the companion-ladder.
  • lade To this effect they delivered into his hands the bags wherein were the writs and pancarts concerning that suit, which for bulk and weight were almost enough to lade four great couillard or stoned asses.
  • larder Neither empty larder nor other misfortune disheartened them.
  • lat Similarly the Late Lat.
  • late Too late now, boys!
  • later Later, the skipper came to him.
  • lather In this position they remained a minute, when Mr John Forster, who heard the scream and subsequent exclamations, and had taken it for granted that his brother had been guilty of some contretemps, first wiped the remaining lather from his half-shaved chin, and then ascended to the housekeeper's room, from whence the noise had proceeded.
  • latter
  • lauder More sinister forgeries have been performed by Scotchmen, of whom Archibald Bower, Lauder, and Macpherson, are well known.
  • leader
  • letter
  • lite
  • liter
  • litter
  • loader
  • loiter Having made up his mind to do a thing, he did not loiter long on the way.
  • looter And when I've exposed you to the world as a commercial pickpocket, as a looter of the public domain-after Congress has appropriated your fabulous coal claims-will you nail up the door of this little cottage, and fire Dan?
  • lute Give me my lute, and thou shalt see How I shall sing mine unhappiness.
  • plate
  • platter
  • salter John Salter was at home unwell, so Saddlebank was chief.
  • slate
  • slater Slater had followed him to the door.
  • walter See Matilda Maunay, Sir Walter, ii.
  • Relater
  • latte

66 words made from the letters LLATER