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Correct spellings for LRAGE

  • lag No one showed a disposition to lag.
  • lager He leaned back with a sigh and pulled on his Brooklyn Lager.
  • lake But probably they would not leave the lake.
  • large We know how large cravats came into fashion; tiresome people came in with high neckcloths.
  • larger I decided to call the larger island E-tuk-i-shook, and the smaller Ah-we-lah.
  • largo As he walked, striding along with splendid energy, he whistled to himself-no cheap ragtime air, but Handel's Largo, with an appreciation which bespoke musical feeling of no common sort.
  • league Drama League Calendar, November 15, 1918, New York.
  • loge My next recollection is, finding myself in a crowded loge at the theatre.
  • luge Until the Captain came, this was regarded as dashing, because most people were content to sit on the luge and travel legs-foremost instead of head-foremost.
  • rag Tommy almost took in, too, the slight lift of the brows, which might be taken to convey 'Does anyone really think it worth the sueing-that rag?
  • rage But the load was too much for him, and, with a roar of pain and rage, he at length became quiet.
  • rake How easy the thing would be: as easy as to turn back now and tell that old fool's girl that he loved her, and rake in half his millions.
  • RAGA At this place the caravans are accustomed to recruit their numbers from the swarms of pagazis who volunteer to accompany them to the distant ivory regions south; but I could not induce a soul to follow me, so great was their fear of Mirambo and his Ruga-Raga.