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Correct spelling for LEISTEN
We think the word leisten 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 leisten
- Glisten(Definition of glisten)
- Lessen(Definition of lessen)
- Least(Definition of least)
- Lest(Definition of lest)
- Lenten(Definition of lenten)
- List(Definition of list)
- Listed(Definition of listed)
- Listing(Definition of listing)
- Listen(Definition of listen)
- Listener(Definition of listener)
- Lighten(Definition of lighten)
- Moisten(Definition of moisten)
- Lister(Definition of lister)
50 hier sitz' ich, forme menschen, nach meinem bilde ein geschlecht, das mir gleich sei, zu leiden, zu weinen, zu geniessen und zu freuen sich, 55 und dein nicht zu achten, wie ich!
And indeed they did glisten like ivory in the blackness of her face as she held the baby clost to her heart with broad smiles.
The simple people who inhabited this district were concerned about the intentions of what they regarded as a mysterious visitor, and the firing of a small cannon from the taffrail did not lessen their perplexity.
You don't know me in the least.
I had feared that old mrs liston would not enter into my plan, but found that, on the contrary, having a strong sense of humour, she quite enjoyed the notion of it. so did aunt temple, but eve herself felt doubtful of her ability to act out her part.
"you have perhaps bought tickets, and you are afraid lest you have been robbed.
And, during the morning mass of the first sunday of lent, he was to bring a collection of volumes into the chapter-house, that the abbot might distribute one volume to each monk as his special lenten reading.
Here, this is the list of his conquests."
The stock would be listed in due time, probably, but for the present mr. gordon did not intend doing this, lest the excitement caused by the newspapers might change what was strictly an investment affair into a mere speculative venture.
It struck her abruptly that he was tense, that the atmosphere was suddenly charged with uneasiness, that he was listening as a man listens who more than half expects trouble.
They regulate such dealings by establishing and rigidly enforcing rules and regulations for listing, transferring, clearing, and paying for securities and for other matters pertaining to the conduct of their members.
Listen to me, mrs. riis.
And they were calling me a superintendent of the underground railroad at home; and here was the starting-point on our underground railway, but a silent listener, and in surprise, i said, "where can aunt winnie and her husband go?
As he reached the bend round by the plantation, he turned and waved his hat to sir lester and winifred, the former shook his stick at him, which caused him to smile, the latter kissed her hand to him, which made him look serious.
My heart, the poor heart under this black doublet, this heart was created for human love, this soul thirsted, with all its powers, to help its neighbors and lighten their sorrows.
In vain i listened to catch any words i might understand.
Not corn-law repealers only, but all britons who moisten their scanty bread with the sweat of the brow, are largely indebted to his inspiring lays for the mighty bound which the laboring mind of england has taken in our day.
And pauline lister, just after it had happened, was reported to have said, with a shrug of her pretty shoulders: "schemes of colour are all very well.