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  • colored The thread of sound, issuing from the telephone, was always colored by the surroundings which received it, so it seemed to Katharine.
  • coloured I coloured slightly, looked away, and then said merely, "Yes, you don't look well."
  • labored And made an entrance into St. Mark; wherein all along he labored to use only true Anglo-Saxon words.
  • licked I stept out strangely moved and stooped to caress the little dog who wagged his tail and licked my hand.
  • liked "No one ever liked me well enough to care to know it until you came," returned Constance simply.
  • locked "The door is locked," said Charlotte.
  • locket She took a few steps with a most stately air, and picked up the shuttlecock; and noticing the locket she darted a quick and flashing glance at me which pierced me to the very narrow.
  • lockout There is nothing legally or morally wrong in a strike or lockout when properly conducted.
  • lookout In fact, the lookout must almost have taken it for granted that the strange sail away off yonder belonged to a United States cruiser.
  • lowered And he lowered the phone gently to its cradle.
  • lurid And Ennis saw that here and there in the soft green substance of that restless city were circles of lurid light that were like yellow eyes.
  • Gloried If she had gloried before in an armour that was so negative that it became instantly exceedingly dangerous, her appearance now was terrifying beyond all words.
  • Gored "Remember the story of the little boy that was gored to death by a mad bull for asking questions," she said to Paul.
  • Lacked The far-away look entirely lacked self-consciousness.
  • Larked But they themselves did not visit those who had larked beyond a certain point.
  • Leaked With the sole exception of the dining-room, every room in the house leaked like a sieve.
  • Leered She leered at him over the edge of her mug and her eyes were hard and cruel.
  • Liquored Anyway, I'm liquored up just right to tell Old Man how the war broke out.
  • Lodged I perceived that there was no time to be lost, so I told her with as much consideration for her feelings as I could, that the patient was very grateful to her for her kindness, but that he would not trouble her any longer as I was going to nurse him with the help of his servant and of the people who lodged him.
  • Logged The mass with the ship upon it rose and sank with the sluggish squatting motion of a water-logged vessel.
  • Looked Edna looked distressedly at Maggie.
  • Lured Whom hath the cold world lured from ye away?
  • Lurked This wasn't the ideal arrangement for either; but neither husband nor wife was aware of it, nor of the fact that in the small, dainty purse which lay open between them lurked a possible danger to their common happiness.
  • Lakota
  • lucked Matter of fact, I've lucked onto a couple of items over the years.
  • cored
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