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Correct spelling for LANCEOLATE

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Possible correct spellings for lanceolate

  • Concealed(Definition of concealed)
  • You are to carry your arms as thoroughly concealed as possible; keep close to me always; obey my orders instantly, and to the letter.

  • Lancet(Definition of lancet)
  • At the beginning, it seemed, a reduction of the sufferer's flesh had been attempted by the simple device of bleeding him copiously-not with a monthly statement, as latterly, but with a lancet.

  • Consulate(Definition of consulate)
  • He did not return to the consulate at st. kentigern until the next day.

  • Canceled
  • The lift which the census received from an artificial-flower company, employing seventy-five hands, was canceled by the demise of a more redolent pork-packing concern of equal pay-roll.

  • Cancelled
  • She cancelled the sale of the work of art, and a few days later deplis learned with a sense of consternation that she had presented it to the municipality of bergamo, which had gratefully accepted it.

  • Insulate(Definition of insulate)
  • Obviously it is possible to insulate and bury any wire which can be carried in the air. the differences in the properties of lines whose wires are differently situated with reference to each other and surrounding things are interesting and important.

  • Un-Veiling
  • Lancelot
  • And, in all those sports and games, a young knight lately come to arthur's court, sir lancelot by name, was passing strong, and won praise from all, being full of grace and hardihood; and guinevere also ever looked on him with joy.

  • Leanest
  • The second man of the trio was the lankest and leanest person in the whole forest, and was called slim schlurker.

  • Legislate(Definition of legislate)
  • A few scotchmen and a few of the english colonists settled in ireland were summoned to the assembly which was to legislate, at westminster, for every part of the british isles.

  • Landslide(Definition of landslide)
  • The only real things were the body of yellow-haired mary brown, under the tumbled rocks and dirt of the landslide, and the body of martin ryder waiting to be placed in that corner plot where the grass grew quicker than all other grass in the spring of the year.

  • Lanced
  • I noticed in most of them a hard tumour on the outer knuckle of the wrist, which, if we understood them aright, was caused by the stretcher of the scoop coming in contact with this part in the act of throwing the net. our native did not understand a word of their language, nor did they seem to know the use of his womerah or throwing stick; for one of them being invited to imitate bongaree, who lanced a spear with it very dexterously and to a great distance, he, in the most awkward manner, threw both womerah and spear together.

  • Conciliate(Definition of conciliate)
  • He certainly took little pains to conciliate the czar.

  • Landlady(Definition of landlady)
  • After a little more questioning to make sure that the landlady had missed nothing, they thanked her and left the house.

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