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Correct spelling for LAEXIC

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Possible correct spellings for laexic

  • Less(Definition of less)
  • It is all a matter of more or less, of here or there.

  • Lose(Definition of lose)
  • If you don't make good i lose my chance.

  • Alexic(Definition of alexic)
  • The kate chopin house, also known as the bayou folk museum or alexic cloutier house, was a house in cloutierville, louisiana.

  • Lakes
  • Perhaps it would be as well to take her away from the lakes, from all that part of the country which apparently caught her imagination on its most sensitive side.

  • Lake(Definition of lake)
  • He had set out from the village and was about to cross the lake.

  • Looks
  • It is the only thing here that looks like what it is."

  • League(Definition of league)
  • You must have met her at the league.

  • Lucky(Definition of lucky)
  • I don't see any harm in them myself, any more than mrs. o'brien did, but some people do, and if your mother does, then it is lucky that you are skipping this part.

  • Laws(Definition of laws)
  • My husband insisted upon it that i had no protection in the law, but himself, and that he was doing by me just as the laws of the state allowed him to do.

  • Laughs
  • Between their laughs they talked something, but i could not make out what they were talking about.

  • Lies
  • I hate lies, don't you?

  • Losses
  • The losses had wiped out all the profits of the concession and more, and this, added to the general business depression, was bad enough.

  • Loose(Definition of loose)
  • The man had not mentioned the fact that the dead-eye was loose up there, for the reason that he was a young chap and did not notice it.

  • Luck(Definition of luck)
  • Good-bye, and good luck!

  • Lack(Definition of lack)
  • He did not lack presence of mind, as a rule, though just then the situation was as much as he could manage.

  • Legs
  • "then the man went and cut off one of the legs of the bird which had been killed, and they took it with them and started back.

  • Likes
  • An' she likes you so.

  • Look(Definition of look)
  • Do i look like it?

  • Legacy(Definition of legacy)
  • Had dr. franklin come already to inquire about a possible legacy for st. james'?

  • Leg(Definition of leg)
  • "there's nothing against him yet," returned the man with the wooden leg.

  • Loss(Definition of loss)
  • You're safe if we can get him away without loss of time.

  • Logic(Definition of logic)
  • Your logic was not at all bad.

  • Laugh(Definition of laugh)
  • "no," said he: "you will laugh at me."

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