What is the correct spelling for LSOON?

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Correct spellings for LSOON

  • lagoon This time, instead of going down toward the lagoon and the dock where the amphibian lay moored, they turned off on a side road.
  • leon "Then why didn't Poupard come back with you and Leon in the cart?
  • lesion A severe nervous lesion freed him from the galley-bench of a training-camp, and sent him on a weary pilgrimage through the military hospitals to discharge-and freedom; freedom, which to that ardent nature proved to be irksome.
  • lessen As they raced down Blackwall Reach, the distance between the two craft had already begun to lessen .
  • lesson He had never forgotten that lesson .
  • lion He knew at once what had happened, a lion had caught hold of him.
  • lisbon There was a Socialist Congress at Lisbon in 1882, composed of twelve delegates representing eight societies, all in Lisbon or Oporto.
  • liston Back to the beginning of the book that Miss Liston holds in her hand.
  • loan 7245. You think he had it simply in loan ?
  • loin It was speedily skinned and cut up, and a loin , shoulder, and leg were skewered on sticks and roasting in the blaze.
  • loon He says he can't abide 'em-that a fool of a loon is too good to die at their hands!"
  • loony "She's plumb loony -dangerous, too.
  • loos "My first introduction to the entertaining sport of spy tracking," he mumbled, "was at Loos , where I was sent with several hundred other chaps to help push the Huns out of the Hohenzollern Redoubt.
  • loosen A Burmese lady goes up the bank to loosen the painter of her canoe; she wears a pink silk skirt and white jacket, and carries a yellow paper umbrella and apparently thinks little of the downpour.
  • lorn Wolves wouldn't 'a' tackled a bear that way-unless it was a great big crowd o' wolves an' one lone, lorn , small bear.
  • losing I'm afraid we're losing a big chance.
  • luzon In the cool beauty of the tropical evening preceding this trip I had read the last lines of its introductory poem called "Interim"; and these lines came flashing into my mind, even as I lay on the hot earth on that Luzon hillside.
  • lyon And this is how General Lyon ended the talk.
  • solon Court of Flowers: Equestrian statue, "The Pioneer" - Solon Borglum At the entrance of this court.
  • son Perhaps it may have been on account of his son , but I cannot say.
  • soon But I can soon find out.
  • sown They crossed a few hollows, sown with stone and resembling the dried-up beds of rivers.
  • Lawson These dispatches came to me at the last camp by the hands of a native, in forty-four hours after the superintendent of Mr. Lawson , being then on his way down the river, had promised to send them to me, from a station forty-five miles off, towards Fort Bourke, where it had been supposed my party would pass.
  • Sloan S.S. wrote Sloan , and dropped Willie's manuscript on D.K.T.'s desk.
  • Lon That's what they called him in the Ring, I learned later, 'Gentleman Lon .
  • Larson "I was there once, and not so very long ago, my boy," said Matt Larson , with a quick frown.
  • loons Even some silly birds, such as loons and plovers and all screaming and fighting creatures with wings, were warned off the premises, because they were not wanted.
  • bootleggings

22 words made from the letters LSOON