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Correct spellings for LOEV

  • clove
  • cove
  • dove "I," said the dove, "I mourn for my love, – The Death And Burial Of Poor Cock Robin (Mother Goose rhyme) by Unknown Author
  • floe Fortunately, I saw a floe was near, and while the canoe rapidly filled we pushed for the floe , reaching it not a moment too soon.
  • foe Pallas, still mindful of her foe, (Whilst they did with each fires glow) – The Toad And Spyder. A Duell by Richard Lovelace
  • glove Or you'll have to say "fits like a glove" Or "As certain as push comes to shove" – I Miss the Music by Unknown Author
  • jove
  • kiev
  • lav
  • lave How wanton thy waters her snowy feet lave, As gathering sweet flowrets she stems thy clear wave. – Afton Water by Robert Burns
  • le Mars de l'obscur cote, le temple (Mars of the dark side, the temple) – L'Empire Du Cote Obscur by IAM
  • lea There oft, as mild Evening sweeps over the lea, The sweet-scented birk shades my Mary and me. – Afton Water by Robert Burns
  • led Wild was the life we led; Many the souls that sped, – Skeleton in Armor, The by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • lee Crying: "Under Heaven, here is neither lead nor lee! Must we sing for evermore On the windless, glassy floor? Take back your golden fiddles and we'll beat to open sea!" – The Last Chantey by Rudyard Kipling
  • leer "I don't want to see Hazel hurt either," said Skinny Shindle with an indescribable leer , "but when it comes to a question of li'l Hazel or us, I'm for us every time."
  • leg And leap of purple spurted from his thigh. One time he liked a blood-smear down his leg, After the matches, carried shoulder-high. It was after football, when he'd drunk a peg, – Disabled by Wilfred Owen
  • lei I'll wear a blue lei Till we meet again someday – Blue Sand by Marty Robbins
  • leo Rothai an t'saoil ag casadh leo Nil imeacht uaidh go deo – White Fool by clannad
  • leon Leon le cameleon – Leon le cameleon by los amigos
  • let Why don't you let it Fade and forget it – Bad News To Fall In Love by Golden Earring
  • levi
  • levy What is she so to levy shameful strife Against my sire and thee?
  • lie Still, you do not lie .
  • lied They knew I had never lied to them.
  • lief "Sure you just as lief ?
  • lien They happen to be first lien bonds too.
  • lieu "But you can't look straight ahead of you any direction you turn without seeing a girl working for dear life to attract the man she wants; if she can't secure him, some other man; and in lieu of him, any man at all, in preference to none.
  • live But why don't you live there now?
  • loaf Butter was nicely spread over a ground area about six feet square, while a half-eaten loaf of bread was floating in the water.
  • lob What difference would that make, Lob ?
  • lobe There were moments in which he had counterpart thoughts for hers in his own mind; as if she spoke from another lobe of his own brain.
  • lode Paying mines, especially lode mines, do not grow up in a day, or a week, or a month.
  • loewe There were the Russian Jewish students, led by Leo Motzkin, and a group called "Young Israel," headed by Reinrich Loewe .
  • loewi
  • loft The following morning I left Downieville, returned to my office and loft at Marysville, and gave my attention to the practice of the law.
  • log The action terminated, as appears by the log , at thirty-five minutes after one; and the squadron proceeded to Gibraltar.
  • loge The Tigers or Lions, of the Loge Infernale at the Opera, have already been spoken of.
  • logo
  • loki
  • lome He dined with Bram Stoker, who invited Anthony Hope and one or two others, and with the Chattos and Mr. Percy Spalding; also with Andrew Lang, who wrote, "Your old friend, Lord Lome , wants to see you again"; with the Henry M. Stanleys and Poultney Bigelow, and with Francis H. Skrine, a government official he had met in India.
  • lone
  • loner Maybe that was part of the reason she always seemed to be a loner , never went along with the crowd.
  • loo Koo-loo-ting-wah did not stir.
  • lop I must lop that tree first chance I get-or we shall have an accident."
  • lope
  • lord
  • lore
  • lorn
  • lose
  • loser
  • lot
  • lour
  • love
  • loved
  • lover
  • low
  • lower
  • lye
  • move
  • nov
  • rev
  • rove In no place are such feelings more vivid, or such exclamations more rife, than on the Scottish Borders, whose good-humoured natives have always been distinguished for enterprising energy, as well as warmth of heart, producing a disposition both to rove and to return.
  • Hove
  • Les Lying down on this hard but welcome couch, and warmed by the sun now shining brightly upon us, we surveyed the remaining portion of the task before us-the 1,500 feet and more-yet to be mounted, immense fields of snow to be traversed, les Bosses du Dromadaire to be climbed-and then the final slope.
  • Lew And this Arm-chair to King Lew .
  • Lo
  • Lori
  • Wove
  • Lois
  • Lola It was a picture of the pretty Lola !
  • Lora
  • Lou
  • Lon
  • Nev All that you do Do with all your might; Things done by halves Are nev-er done right.
  • Len
  • Lowe
  • Olav
  • Lovey
  • Leos
  • Loves
  • lies
  • GOV
  • HOV
  • ELEV
  • LOTT
  • LOWS
  • LVOV

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