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Possible correct spellings for leisson

  • Lessor(Definition of lessor)
  • Should the lessor fail to fulfill his agreement to repair, the tenant is not excused from paying his rent, nor justified in leaving the premises.

  • Lesson(Definition of lesson)
  • Being locked in, how can i get my lesson unless i fetch the book?

  • Caisson(Definition of caisson)
  • The term caisson is sometimes applied to flat air-tight constructions used for raising vessels out of water for cleaning or repairs, by being sunk under them and then floated; but these floating caissons are more commonly known as pontoons, or, when air-chambers are added at the sides, as floating dry-docks.

  • Poisson
  • The same remarks are applicable to the nomination of poisson, who would have failed against this same m. girard if four votes had been otherwise given.

  • Lasso(Definition of lasso)
  • He ran nearly under the limb, twirled the lasso around his head, and launched it upwards.

  • Lassoing(Definition of Lassoing)
  • An american inventor has devised a scheme for lassoing enemy submarines.

  • Lessons
  • Was not it a shame that they would not let us learn our lessons?

  • Less(Definition of less)
  • My own countrymen are less lunatic!

  • Liston
  • Mr liston held an open letter in his hand.

  • Lion(Definition of lion)
  • As they entered the golden lion the landlord met them.

  • Larson
  • Anyhow, when chester hunt looks you up, which he is sure to do, and begins to reproach you for having been false to the trust he imposed in you, you can just meet fire with fire and you can also tell him that josie larson sends her regards.

  • Lessens
  • So far from the middle-man unduly increasing the price of those articles, he lessens it by dealing in bulk with what it would pay neither the producer nor the purchaser to deal with in small quantities; and not only lessens the price but, in regard to the commodities of a distant land, renders it practically possible for us to have them at all.

  • Liaison(Definition of liaison)
  • "my dear lieutenant," said the liaison officer.

  • Biennials
  • They're biennials, you know.

  • Leon(Definition of leon)
  • It was a hideous sight to behold, and leon felt his flesh creep as he looked upon it.

  • Legion(Definition of legion)
  • His first care was to reform the legion.

  • Alison
  • Alison realized that expostulation would be useless, and this, as a matter of fact, was in one respect a relief to her, for just then there were but two silver coins in her possession.

  • Allison
  • Jay allison may have been repressed, overcontrolled, but you are seriously impulsive.

  • Lessen(Definition of lessen)
  • To lessen his burden, during the winter howe sent out several companies of the poorer folk from the town landing them at point shirley, with the certainty that the americans would care for them.

  • Lesion(Definition of lesion)
  • These, however, have only one essential difference, and that consists simply in the position of the lesion and the structures it has attacked.

  • Lawson
  • Effie went downstairs, followed by lawson.

  • Leis
  • Tharfor he ordanit lordis twa, 505 the erll of murreff wes ane of tha, the tothir wes the lord dowglas, with fyftene thousand men to pas in ingland, for till burn and sla, and swa gret ryot thar till ma, 510 that thai that lay segande the toune, quhen thai herd the distructione, that thai suld in-till ingland ma, suld be sa dredand, and sa wa for thair childir and for thair wiffis, 515 that thai suld dreid suld leis thar liffis, and thar gudis alsua, that thai suld dreid than suld be had away, that thai suld leif the sege in hy, and wend to reskew hastely 520 thair gude, thair frendis, and thair land.

  • Lisbon(Definition of lisbon)
  • The people who probably helped him most in this were his brother bartholomew and martin behaim, the great authority on scientific navigation, who had been living in lisbon for some time and with whom columbus was acquainted.

  • Ellison
  • Even when she used to go up to the garret with mrs. ellison, to aid her in rummaging some old trunk, there came to light none of those trifling knickknacks which any mother would have secretly clung to, no matter to what depth her flesh and blood had fallen.

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