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Correct spelling for LAZIENESS

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Possible correct spellings for lazieness

  • Lioness
  • A more extraordinary circumstance than any i have yet noted, respecting the natural history of lions and bores, remains to be told; that the lion himself, the greater kind as well as the lesser of him, are apt, sooner or later, to turn into bores; but the metamorphosis, though the same in the result, takes place in different circumstances, and from quite different causes: with the lesser lion and lioness often from being shown, or showing themselves too frequently; with the greater, from very fear of being like the animal he detests.

  • Lateness
  • Audrey was the first to call attention to the lateness of the hour.

  • Larcenies
  • Sleaziness
  • Laxness
  • His principles were easy to laxness.

  • Most Forethought
  • Leakiness
  • Am Clouds
  • De Flowered
  • Under-Handed
  • Laziness
  • They were noted for their laziness, and but for the good-heartedness of others they would have starved.

  • Gat A Soapbox
  • Doziness
  • Haziness
  • To quote an eminent writer on religious education, "a common bane of sunday school teaching has been the haziness of the teacher's own ideas concerning the truths of religion."

  • Falseness
  • She had many charms, and he had seen few defects; but a motive for falseness in the matter of the telegram would suggest itself to his intelligence.

  • Lucidness
  • Un-Restful
  • Largeness
  • Terror and anguish and despair that had surged over her in so many great flooding waves now receded and were gone; in their place shone the great flame of life triumphant; she thrilled through with the largeness of life.

  • Brake Record
  • Baseness
  • Selina was nestling there in safety with him, by their favour, and she had had the baseness to lay an honest girl, the most loyal, the most unselfish of sisters, under contribution to the same end.

  • Likeness
  • Vard himself took little interest in the portrait, but she watched me closely, and one day when the sitting was over she stayed behind and asked me when i meant to begin what she called "the likeness."

  • Easiness
  • He was of a middle stature, of a thin habit of body, a long visage, coarse features, and a melancholy aspect; of a grave and manly deportment, a solemn dignity of mien, but which, upon a nearer acquaintance, softened into an engaging easiness of manners.

  • Lameness
  • Elizabeth could not conceal her growing lameness.

  • Raciness
  • Gat A Workout
  • Un-Troubling
  • Interwind
  • De Flowering
  • Looseness
  • And a looseness with it, which however made it not so great as i have heretofore had it.

  • Lousiness
  • Gauziness
  • Coziness
  • It was interesting to go to sleep in a pullman car, and to wake up in a dainty room hung with rosebud chintz draperies, and with an altogether delightful air of coziness about it.

  • Hydroponicses
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