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Correct spelling for LANDY
We think the word landy is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for landy
- Lanky(Definition of lanky)
- Handy(Definition of handy)
- Lady(Definition of lady)
- Land(Definition of land)
- Lade(Definition of lade)
- Launder(Definition of launder)
- Lane(Definition of lane)
- Lander(Definition of lander)
- Laud(Definition of laud)
- And(Definition of And)
- Gland(Definition of gland)
- Lined(Definition of lined)
- Dandy(Definition of dandy)
- Lind(Definition of lind)
- Laundry(Definition of laundry)
- Laid(Definition of laid)
- Lan(Definition of lan)
- Bland(Definition of bland)
- Candy(Definition of candy)
- Landed(Definition of landed)
- Lard(Definition of lard)
- Eland(Definition of eland)
- Bandy(Definition of bandy)
- Lad(Definition of lad)
- Sandy(Definition of sandy)
- Landau(Definition of landau)
- Lend(Definition of lend)
Every costume looked tawdry beside her richly flowing velvet draperies-every low bodice became indecent compared with the modesty of that small square opening at thelma's white throat-an opening just sufficient to display her collar of diamonds-and every figure seemed either dumpy and awkward, too big or too fat, or too lean and too lanky-when brought into contrast with her statuesque outlines.
As soon as he saw lana he broke away from the group of men who were engaging him.
"ees, miss, someweres handy," replied mrs. gibbons; "her hav'n't been gone out, not dree minnit."
"oh, lady beltham, it's dreadful!
Well, i must land at the dinner-table before long, and so must go and dress.
The citizens of manila shall lade on each ship two hundred toneladas and no more, which consequently will amount to six hundred toneladas in all the ships, in order that the goods may be distributed to better advantage, and the ships may carry more mariners.
Orderly, ask mrs. lane to step here."
Mrs. lander turned her head on her pillow, and so confronted him.
271. and you got 1s.
The little workmen in the gland country are making fluids to mix with the food we eat.
K.c. buy their lands of them?
But i expect to get a dandy story for dad's paper!
"then you have not heard-" began andy.
Seated in front of a cheerful blaze, we smoked and talked-mordaunt, mohun, landon, and myself-until the shades of evening drew on.
But there's the telephone, lanny, and here we are talking over it this very minute!
The great box was in the same place, close against the wall, but the lid was laid on it, not fastened down, but with the nails ready in their places to be hammered home.
I have a father in the promise lan', go meet him in de promise lan', i feel like, i feel like i'm on my journey home, i feel like, i feel like i'm on my journey home.
Their car, or rather their train of cars, coupled together in threes, in chicago style, came, and landry escorted them down town.
The bland surface of her ladyship appeared smoothly once more; drawn back, as it were, over the hidden inner self, which it had left for the moment exposed to view.
I was disappointed because i had planned to buy some candy while we were in town.
The troops were landed.
Let fleetwood and the rump go seek the lard, my empire and my trust is in my sword.
It was when we were about four days trek, or sixty miles, from the pass that one evening, as we sat eating our food, jan, ralph, and i-i remember it was the fried steaks of an eland that ralph had shot-the lad gaasha, who had now served us for some six months, came up to the fire, and having saluted ralph, squatted down before him kaffir fashion, saying that he had a favour to ask.
That evening a bandy drove up to the nursery, and she saw the explanation of the pressure and the answer to the prayer.
He's as straight as any lad i' yorkshire!
The ladies in the landau have both stretched their necks to look after the amazon.