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Correct spelling for LANGUACH

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Possible correct spellings for languach

  • Language
  • Most of these french know the sign language."

  • Longish(Definition of longish)
  • The endeavor, then, of the skin to contract is best satisfied, consistently with the retention of volume of the interior, by a contraction of the skin in the two longish lateral directions, combined with a bulging out in the short direction.

  • Languish(Definition of languish)
  • The elimination of the third factor had a restorative effect upon george's conversation, which had begun to languish.

  • Languished
  • In this miserable condition he languished till he bethought himself that possibly he might receive some spiritual belief from a father famed for his piety in a neighbouring convent.

  • Anguish(Definition of anguish)
  • An infinite tenderness was born out of her anguish.

  • Languor(Definition of languor)
  • They retired and i turned towards my friend, but he was sunk in languor and almost deprived of life.

  • Boorishnesses
  • Launch(Definition of launch)
  • All this while the schooner had been bearing swiftly down upon the launch, and when the officer in command of her began to see through beardsley's little plan, he at once proceeded to set in motion one of his own that was calculated to defeat it.

  • Boonieses
  • Lang
  • Ai lang then took the story teller's place and began the wonderful story of the winter festival.

  • Lynch
  • "there's only one thing i want," lynch said.

  • Languishes
  • When he is killed, she languishes and dies within the year.

  • Languid(Definition of languid)
  • In measure, as i walked on, i become more and more sober; felt languid and weary, and dragged my legs after me.

  • Lunch(Definition of lunch)
  • Went to the macdonell's to lunch.

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