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Correct spelling for LANGUE

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Possible correct spellings for langue

  • Lanky(Definition of lanky)
  • He towered above o'toole, lanky and smooth skinned.

  • Long(Definition of long)
  • Flange(Definition of flange)
  • The blubber is placed in an annular vessel, a. the oil from it passes through a pipe, b, and spreads out on the surface of a plate, c, with a containing flange; d d are raised points which serve as heat conductors; e e is a tin chimney for flame with air holes at its base.

  • Range(Definition of range)
  • Lane(Definition of lane)
  • In their thoughts they regard it, instinctively, as the lane that leads straight to the tomb.

  • Lang
  • I hae been ower lang connectit wi' them, for i hae carriet the buiks for fifteen year, ever since my faither racket himsel' howkin' the grave o' yer predecessor, honest man, an' i hae leeved a' my days juist ower the wa' frae the kirk."

  • Languid(Definition of languid)
  • Eve, that morning, seemed more gentle and languid than ever, rather pale too, with an expression of sorrowful anxiety in the depths of her beautiful eyes.

  • Lung(Definition of lung)
  • Language
  • I gave her the word, which belonged to no language that i know of, and the marchioness was quite thunderstruck.

  • Lng
  • Angie
  • I'll never forget that stub-tail dog of angie nixon's going around with a blue bow stickin' straight up behind him, and lookin' as though he'd lost something and got dizzy looking for it.

  • Longueur
  • Linage
  • Lounge(Definition of lounge)
  • Lance(Definition of lance)
  • With that, in a rage, the knight struck peredur a violent blow between the neck and the shoulder with the butt-end of his lance.

  • Lunge(Definition of lunge)
  • Mange(Definition of mange)
  • League(Definition of league)
  • And it might be long before the league would catch the bearnese; but, meantime, he could render slight assistance to queen elizabeth.

  • Lank(Definition of lank)
  • Belle vue terrace stared out of lank glass panes without reserve, unashamed of its yellow complexion.

  • Languor(Definition of languor)
  • My hair appears to distil an inward fever and a deadly languor through my skull; i know who clutched my hair at that ball."

  • Longer(Definition of longer)
  • Large(Definition of large)
  • Corry withdrew his arm as he spoke, and held up in triumph a very large, fat, white rabbit.

  • Langley(Definition of langley)
  • Experiments to solve this problem were begun several years ago by professor s. p. langley, of the smithsonian institution, under government supervision, and pointed the way to other investigators.

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