What is the correct spelling for LUISE?
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Correct spellings for LUISE
- guise While some socialist writers make us feel that socialism might possibly only be Gradgrind in another guise , he makes us feel that peace and plenty and loveliness would attend upon the sons and daughters of socialism.
- lease His lease is up in a few months, and though the law won't let us turn him out, it cannot compel us to keep him there longer than we like," observed the steward.
- loose Dressing casual and loose (with emphasis) AND TURNING ON THE JUICE.... while emoting like a goo-oose – Somewhat Overindulgent by Unknown Author
- lose Is a helluva gamble to lose! - But as I peruse – Good 'N' Evil by Unknown Author
- louis Take a lesson that I learnt from Louis , he only give it to us 'cause he knew it would renew us. – Everybody Jam by scatman john
- luce "No," said he,-"no, dear Luce .
- Lice Then my son came to see me, and I asked his master to let him stay awhile with me, that I might comb his head, and look over him, for he was almost overcome with lice.
- Luis Luis de Las Casas, who arrived in 1790, is credited with much useful work.
- Lisa Nonna Lisa , the old Italian, slipped the white dress deftly over the mutinous head, so muffling the half-shriek.
- Lois Emilia would have scolded me, but Aunt Lois hurried forward and soothed me, oh, so kindly, while she explained that what in my half-awakened state I had taken for two faces were nothing but two Dutch china vases, standing on the top of a high old-fashioned cabinet in a corner of the room.
- Louise Usually, however, the child's promenade was left to Louise .
- Luisa Be assured of this, Luisa de Garcia, hide where you will, I shall find you, and when we meet, you shall come with me for so long as I will keep you or that shall be the hour of your death."
- Louisa You must carry my dearest Louisa off."
- lies He could see that she had no lies to tell him.