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Correct spellings for LYNET

  • lancet He was among the first to discard the lancet in his treatment of disease.
  • land Don't you see, if I'm right, we couldn't even see the land, if we made it.
  • lander Eighth, the back-to-the-lander has too many fake ideas about the amount of money to be made in farming.
  • lane He was going down with her into the dark lane.
  • lend She would lend her room, but only on condition that all the arrangements were made by her.
  • lender She fought and scratched, and got out, and was wise enough to say nothing about it; therefore there was nothing published about another attempt to blackmail the aged money-lender!
  • lent "I leave you, then," he said, standing up and holding out his hand with an effort that left him pale, but lent him dignity, "to tell your mother that our engagement is ended by your desire."
  • lento All the editions are lento with alla breve.
  • let So I was let go.
  • lind I received from my brother, as I had anticipated, the order for a passage on the Atlantic, one of the Collins line of steamers, and one of my fellow-passengers was Jenny Lind, on her way for her first visit to America under the guidance of Barnum.
  • line 9852. They don't give you a line to Mr. Edmonstone?
  • lined All civilized men were lined up against him, and doubtless could not be lined in any other way.
  • liner The events nearly all take place on a big Atlantic liner and the romance of the deep is skilfully made to serve as a setting for the romance, old as mankind, yet always new, involving our hero.
  • linnet The pheasant ventured with her young brood beyond the cover-edge; the partridge carried her chicks across the stubble; and finch, sparrow, and linnet were forming their respective families into full-fledged cohorts-in preparation for those dark, chill days, when they should need such companionship to cheer them.
  • lint "You're a brave lad," he said, when the pain was eased, and the last strip of lint put on.
  • lone Could they have really left Alkestis lone I' the wayside sepulchre!
  • loner He was a sociable loner, not a part of a team.
  • net Little doubt about that, answered Martin; all's fish that comes to their net!
  • planet I have been sent to this planet to do a great work.
  • Leaned I've leaned on you and your love, Martin.
  • Loaned I don't think she lost it, however, for she had recently loaned it to a friend.
  • Lynda And thinking of Lynda reminded him that he had also, in his trunk, the play upon which he had worked for several years during hours that should have been devoted to rest.
  • Lynette Lynette smiled, looking up at the piquant, charming face.
  • Lynn S. Nicholas, King's Lynn.
  • Lynne "East Lynne" was running as a serial then, and he would have given all his worldly possessions to have had Sir Francis Levison alone in the wood, and had his spear, and at his back some half-dozen of the boys whom he could name.
  • Lynnette
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