What is the correct spelling for LY?

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Correct spellings for LY

  • by 1724. Do you live in Lerwick by yourself?
  • dy "Nobud-d-dy can," she wailed; "I'm going to be m-m-married!"
  • fly Miss Honnor, won't you put a fly over them?
  • ky Market Gardening Market Growers' Journal Louisville, Ky .
  • la Lady Castleton and her daughter Julia, with Madame De La Motte, who had now become rather her companion than governess, arrived, and were shortly after joined by Algernon.
  • lay "Then all is well," he replied simply, and lay down again.
  • lb To some 1 to 2 lb .
  • le His home was Le Croisic.
  • li An' she seen somethin' b-b-b-lack scooting cross lots, l-l-li-lic-lick-ety c-c-c-ut!"
  • lp So, you see, you don't need another thug out of me That is the last thing I plan to be on this LP – One for the Road by cee lo green
  • lu The large, flat stones which were once part of Lu -ma'-wig's dwelling are still lying in position, and are shown in Pl.
  • lye And in every carrell was a deske to lye there bookes on.
  • ny Ny nuptial vow is as completely annihilated as if I had left him never to return.
  • ply Ply the furnace, fling the faggots!
  • sly Is he so sly as to try to keep up a false show before his brother even?
  • wy Dad says it's lucky it ain't the other wy abaht, or e'd 'ave got a divorce.
  • Fy "Mis' Hargrove said that the Bible said not for any woman to say a blessing at any table or at any place that anybody can hear her, when Cousin Marfy wanted to be polite to the Lord by saying just a little one and go on before we was all too hungry," answered Henrietta, in her most scornfully tolerant voice.
  • L From the French of L .
  • Lo It was thus with our divine Lo rd, "Lo, I come to do thy will."
  • My I have made my will long ago.
  • Ty "Mar-ty-" She looked up now, hardened her ugly, twitching face, forced her eyes to meet her brother's, and went on breathlessly- "I swear to you, Job-here, across this table-he was my lover; and I ruined 'en.
  • Ry Marry only when you want to be a mother."
  • LC
  • LG
  • LL That old one'll hardly hold together.
  • LN
  • LR
  • LS
  • LT William, 34. Drysdale, Lt .
  • LYX
  • acculturing