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Correct spellings for LOASD

  • laced The two ships were so near to each other that we could distinguish the officers from the men; and I particularly noticed the captain on the gangway, a noble-looking man, having a large gold-laced cocked hat on his head, and a speaking-trumpet in his hand.
  • lad
  • laos
  • lard She warned me not to touch, as the cake was mixed with lard, but I did not heed her, and in an instant my hand became the ebony that it now is.
  • lass For pity, he was powerless to thrust aside a lass who pitied him.
  • last "It won't be your last.
  • laud I tell ye, fellow-exiles, that Charles of England, and Laud, our bitterest persecutor, arch-priest of Canterbury, are resolute to pursue us even hither.
  • lead She would go to meet her at night, that the light might lead her steps.
  • leased To offset these projects, early in 1870 a "holding company"-probably the first of its kind on record-known as the Pennsylvania Company was formed for the express purpose of controlling and managing, in the interest of the Pennsylvania Railroad, all lines leased or controlled or in the future to be acquired by the Pennsylvania Railroad interests west of Pittsburgh and Erie.
  • least If I am not rich, I have at least enough for two."
  • load He had a very heavy load on his wagon.
  • loads Her folks are rich, and she's very popular, and of course she has loads of friends she had to invite; and she doesn't know me very well.
  • loos Loos was no picnic, and we had had some ugly bits of scrapping before that, but the worst bit of the campaign I had seen was a tea-party to the show I had been in with Bullivant before the war started.
  • lord No, my lord, you are not.
  • lose I haven't a day to lose.
  • loss Ah, Sweet, I fear to see No loss but loss of Thee And I am here.
  • lost Am I not lost even now?
  • lots And I can think of lots of others I've had, if I could go back for them."
  • loud You need not speak so loud.
  • lsd
  • Lazed
  • Loosed
  • Lois
  • Loyd
  • lords
  • leads
  • lads
  • LSAT
  • LASE
  • LASED
  • LEAS
  • LOWS
  • liaised
  • loused
  • laid
  • blown-away
  • blownaway
  • blowoff
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