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Correct spellings for LOND
- blond He sat now, the wine stimulating his mind to unwonted activity, listening to the clever conversation of the blond young man.
- bond When Faustus had made an end of his writing he called Mephistopheles to him, and delivered him the bond; whereupon the spirit told, him if he did not repent of what he had done, he should enjoy all the pleasure his thoughts could form, and that he would immediately divert him.
- fond And, besides, don't be so sure that Mavis wasn't fond of me.
- land 6978. Have you got any land, or do you live with your father?
- lend But when the new boys asked him to lend them some money to buy new ropes he distinctly declined.
- lind On the east side of Kearny street, opposite the Plaza, was the "El Dorado," a famous gambling saloon, adjoining which was the Parker House, afterwards the Jenny Lind Theatre, while on the north side of Washington street stood the Bella Union Theatre, and on the west on Brenham Place was the old Monumental Fire Engine House whose fire bell played so prominent a part in the days of the Vigilantes.
- load But so far as 'trespass' matters, I've relieved you of that load, Since the place I now am standing is, I think, the public road.
- Lon "I always knew that Lon Beardsley was beneath contempt, but this rather gets ahead of me," said Jack hotly.
- lone "When I'm a-a-lone I'm lonely," he thundered in Peter's ear, "when I'm a-a-lone I'm bloo."
- long It didn't take her long to find Peter.
- lord At last he said, "We'll take this matter to the Lord, and leave it in his hands."
- loud "Don't say another loud word!
- Loyd Loyd will show it to you.
- pond Twice he dragged her a hundred yards down the Run, but she headed him back each time to the pond where she could handle him better.