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Correct spellings for NLOOD

  • aloud He had, like most of our preachers, set out to run before he could walk, begun to cry aloud before he had any truth to utter; to teach, or at least to interest others, before he was himself interested in others. Smile through your shock when you hear your name aloud It's that face in the crowd - didn't dig it - much too proud... – Irene Wilde by Ian Hunter
  • blood She is after your blood ." This bond of yours gives you here no jot of blood! -- The words are 'A pound of flesh,'-- that's clear as mud -- – Merchant of Venice, The : A Legend of Italy by Richard Harris Barham
  • bloody Just bloody well-informed, gov'nor. You must of saw som'thin funny, or never saw som'thin bloody Or you don't know I'll bring it to your door 'cuz I'm cruddy – Tales From The Darkside by DMX
  • clod For rashness, I fancied, when they showed the first blade above the clod , but I am less sure of it now.
  • cloud My readers who know Maini's sweet nature will not be surprised to learn that her happiness was thenceforward without a single cloud .
  • flood But instead of the enemy coming in upon him like a flood as his consciousness returned, to his astonishment he found his soul as calm as it was sad.
  • lloyd 37. Lloyd , Dr., at Westminster School, iii.
  • load It came at length, and what a load it took off our minds!
  • loot After beating and burning them, the mob went on to loot and burn Negro-owned homes in the community.
  • lord So it is, my lord .
  • loud When she finally told them that the King and Queen were dead, the boys broke out in loud weeping.
  • nod To this Eve gave another nod and smile.
  • plod Old Bob now began to plod along the edge of the garden-space with his master behind guiding the plough.
  • unload To-day, as every other day, they had to pack and unload ; and though few ships were sailing, numbers were arriving from the south, and throwing out the landing-bridges which connected them with the shore.
  • Floyd This morning a letter was sent aboard addressed to James Floyd , Esq.
  • Loyd "Give me your hands, Loyd ," she said in the same murmurous tone, that retained not a vestige of her normal voice, "will you not welcome me back?"

19 words made from the letters NLOOD

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