What is the correct spelling for LOUDE?

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Correct spellings for LOUDE

  • lade At length I came to the conclusion that if we went at all it would be best, in the circumstances, for Hans and myself to start alone with a Scotch cart drawn by oxen and driven by a couple of Zulu hunters, which we could lade with ammunition and a few necessaries.
  • laud Most of the new members came up to Westminster in a mood little differing from that of their predecessors who had sent Strafford and Laud to the Tower.
  • lauder They just leuch at me, and said they were hurryin' so they could hear Harry Lauder sing.
  • load Sometimes worry is carrying to-morrow's load with to-day's strength; carrying two days in one. That might be a load Come on, ease on down...ease on down the road! – Ease on Down the Road 1 by Unknown Author
  • loader Gradually I fell behind, and when night came I was dragging one weary step after another-dog-tired but still clinging to my old Mississippi Yaeger rifle, a short muzzle-loader which carried a ball and two buckshot.
  • lode A fraction of 1 per cent of the total is obtained as a by-product of gold placers, and all the remainder is won from lode or hard-rock deposits.
  • lord By Miss Pardoe, author of "The Earl's Secret," 1 50 Lord Montague's Page.
  • loud Uncle Jeff burst into a loud laugh.
  • louse 6. Some perfectly spherical transparent bodies, 0.18 inches in diameter; these neither moved nor showed any signs of life when placed in salt water, but another animal, exactly resembling them in shape and colour, with the exception of having some light brown spots on it, unrolled itself like a wood-louse, and then swam nimbly about.
  • lout A. What lout indeed!
  • ludo After dinner the old round of double dummy bridge followed by ludo had begun again, and though an attempt was made to vary the games by the introduction of halma, halma had to be given up, because once when the Colonel had succeeded in establishing an impregnable position, His Serene Highness without any warning popped into his mouth the four pieces that were holding that position.
  • lute Whatever Paula asked for Orion sang, as though nothing was unknown to him that had ever sounded on a Greek lute ; and the longer they went on the clearer and richer his voice grew, the more melting and seductive its expression, and the more urgently it appealed to the young girl's heart.
  • Loyd At one period of her life, that happy time when a trip to Drummond Lodge had been numbered among the chief joys of her innocent life, Romaine had been familiar with every wild flower that bloomed, with every bird that sang in the copse; but since her mysterious illness all that had passed and the place seemed strange to her. Small wonder then that, in the exaltation of parting with Loyd Morton and in the dubious moon-beams, she turned, not towards Belvoir, but in the direction of Drummond Lodge.
  • Louie Louie did not know yet.
  • louder "Yes, yes, open at once," I answered, almost losing patience and speaking louder than I had hitherto done.

38 words made from the letters LOUDE