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Correct spellings for LLIST

  • blast You were asleep with a lamp burning on the table beside you; we had some difficulty in awakening you; and when we succeeded, and you roused yourself to come out, another blast of wind came.
  • cellist Afterwards the cellist drew long, deep chords from his great instrument, and his thin fingers quivered against the thick strings, and made them sing grandly and nobly.
  • fist Mrs. Kemp shook her fist .
  • gist The point of my title and the real gist of my argument lie perhaps in the word "and"-that is, in the intimate connection which I have tried to show exists between ritual and art.
  • last "Yes," he said at last .
  • least I knew that too-at least I felt sure of it.
  • lest Oh, do not delay, lest it be too late.
  • licit I had already seen the Sunday auctions of the poor Jews in Petticoat Lane, which are licit , if not legal, and that Sunday morning before we found Bunhill Fields fast closed, we had found a market for poor Christians wide open in Whitecross Street near by.
  • lift Once or twice I got a lift myself but this I was not particularly anxious for.
  • lilt Man, a've seen him tak a wee laddie on his knee that his ain mither cudna quiet, an' lilt 'Sing a song o' saxpence' till the bit mannie wud be lauchin' like a gude ane, an' pooin' the doctor's beard.
  • lint A couple of miles from the Lint homestead she met its advance guard.
  • lisp The skipper of the Mermaid had spoken the truth: the light breeze he had promised did arrive, and presently the grunt of oars gave place to the lisp and murmur of water and to airy melodies aloft.
  • list I will go over my list and see.
  • lister Had a long letter from Miss Lister -tells me a good deal about him, and the more I hear the more I am forced to admire and like.
  • liszt Among her friendliest acquaintances she numbered Wagner and Liszt .
  • lit Inside it was the mouth of a soft-lit, man-high tunnel, and in its opening stood two men.
  • lost No time shall be lost .
  • lsd We don't smoke marijuana in Muskogee We don't take no trips on LSD We don't burn no draft cards down on Main Street We like livin' right, and bein' free. – Okie From Muskogee by Merle Haggard
  • lust Grace meets the case of Grace-less, Love-lust may be set by "Fly-fornication," and Live-loose by "Live-well" or "Continent."
  • lusty This man, though called little, was a lusty young blade; his limbs were large, and his person seven feet high.
  • mist A thin mist -is it blood?
  • slit One of the strange men was kneeling on one knee, making a significant slit in a leg of Teddy’s trousers.
  • Hist 10, 14. 113 Hist .
  • Wist He said, "wist ye not that I must be about my Father's business?"
  • Luis "We are happy to see you, Don Luis ," answered the King.
  • Lisa Hold it up against you, Lisa .
  • Lois "I know it, Lois .
  • Luisa This course, I saw, would be unfortunate for our plans, therefore I urged the King to induce Luisa to request him to remain.
  • lists He is like the wind, our Lord tells us, that blows where it lists .
  • LEIS She knew it would be so when she landed and got her first glimpse of the dark-skinned natives on the docks, their hats and necks laden with leis of flowers.
  • DIST Lay the sheet handy, alang the side o' the bed, maister Grant, an' I s' lay in the dist, han'fu' by han'fu'.
  • LSAT
  • sliest
  • bluffings

14 words made from the letters LLIST