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Correct spellings for LVOING

  • leaving If he might say one word of love-only once before leaving her forever!
  • ling 16,429. Have you also had some experience with regard to the ling fishing?
  • living Say, how will you like living here?
  • livonia In Livonia, near Pernan, according to Leo, two of Schlickeysen's machines, No. 6, were put in operation upon a purely fibrous peat.
  • loafing When beavers are busy they are very busy, and tolerate no loafing.
  • loin This was lifted by the elder of the priests and folded in the thick windings of his loin-cloth.
  • losing We haven't so many friends that we can put up with losing the one we value most of all."
  • loving "Well, daughter," quoth Mother Bunch, "you may term it as you please; but I will appeal to your own conscience whether or no you would be glad, with all your heart, of a kind and loving husband."
  • moving I can't write you out a paper while we're moving along like this.
  • roving Nearly two years previous Richard Stevens-"Roving Dick" his acquaintances called him-had first crossed the vast plain of sand, with his wife, son, and daughter.
  • Gloving She expects me to do it, and me with my gloving to find 'em in food!
  • Laving They chattered on like children while she was putting the supper on the table and he was laving his hot face in the basin beside the door.
  • Levying The manner of it may be read in the life of Elagabalus, whose freedman Zoticus, the son of a cook at Smyrna, piled up vast riches by levying a payment, each time he quitted the presence, for his report of the emperor's threats or promises or intentions.
  • Loping A few moment's later, he had steered the bull in some curious way with his feet, so that the beast came loping stupidly near the fence.
  • Lowing Some time in the night she heard the lowing of a cow somewhere near.
  • LVN
  • Levine She offered them to Levine to read.
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