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Correct spelling for LEBENESE
We think the word lebenese 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 lebenese
- Lebanese(Definition of lebanese)
- Leanness(Definition of leanness)
- Licensee(Definition of licensee)
- Bluenose(Definition of Bluenose)
- Lines(Definition of LINEs)
- Blueness(Definition of blueness)
- License(Definition of license)
- Bones(Definition of bones)
- Lameness(Definition of lameness)
- Lateness(Definition of lateness)
- Lewdness(Definition of lewdness)
- Likeness(Definition of likeness)
They wrote from this city to the council at zurich: "it is the common talk at luzern that the peasantry, who border on us and the bernese, are so well content with their neighbors, that there is nothing like it, and they say together that they will have no war with each other, but mutually agree to pledge their persons and their services and not trouble themselves about religion."
There must be years of toil and leanness, years perhaps of struggle and misery, before the new genuine life of the people springs up from beneath the dead and withered rubbish of temporal and spiritual tyranny.
They were very white, the mouldiwarps, outlined distinctly against the gray blueness, and the mouldiwarp he had seen in that wonderful adventure in the far country smiled, as well as a mole can, and said- "thou'rt a fair sprig of de old tree, muster dickie, so 'e be," in the thick speech of the peasant people round about talbot house where dickie had once been a little burglar.
But i don't make any bones, gerald; i've not been an angel."
"we thought something had happened when carlo, rushing back, came barking and pulling at our trousers; and as soon as we could catch our horses, in spite of the lameness of mine, we started off.
Once there, the temptation to help time in covering its course grew strong upon me in the hope that adonijah, misled by the lateness of the hour, would soon depart.
Her broozled flesh and broken banes are weel as flesh and banes can be, she beats the taeds that live in stanes an' fatten in vacuity! they die when they 're exposed to air, they canna thole the atmosphere; but her! expose her onywhere, she lives for her annuity.