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Correct spelling for LEY

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Possible correct spellings for ley

  • Key(Definition of key)
  • Have you the key i gave you?"

  • Bey(Definition of bey)
  • I dared not risk to tell her of the traitor she was near; i said the bey would tremble when i came to claim her hand; i said that she must wait me, and despair not; but have cheer, for my triumph would be public in the corners of the land.

  • Le
  • N.; le begude, 8 m.

  • Fey(Definition of fey)
  • A moon-struck horse or a moon-struck camel in the desert is a weird picture and it were wise, as they are for the moment absolutely fey, to give them an extremely wide passage.

  • Lye(Definition of lye)
  • Most of them had never been inside a house before; and they would be eager to look at the furniture and to know the uses of the many strange things: for example, the jar of lye for cleaning, the perfumes on the stand, the earthen vessels for water and milk, the lamps, the baskets made of twigs, the pots for boiling broth, the oven for baking, in the door yard, and the wine press on the hillside where the grapes were trodden at the time of grape harvest.

  • Lea(Definition of lea)
  • Then came sir richard of the lea with fourscore knights and men-at-arms.

  • Lay(Definition of lay)
  • Besides, from what the girl has told me, i am quite sure that he lay ill near tivoli.

  • Lee(Definition of lee)
  • I've been lying to, under the lee of this 'ere bush, for this two hours or more, waiting for you."

  • Leg(Definition of leg)
  • The front wheel went over my leg.

  • Len
  • He sent old len flying-gave him an awful black eye.

  • Levy(Definition of levy)
  • It was in vain to levy troops; everything essential to an army was wanting.

  • Lei
  • The boat drifted near the lei. the moon rose in full splendor in the clear sky, strewing the water with countless gems.

  • Leo(Definition of leo)
  • Leo jerked his head towards the door.

  • Lew(Definition of Lew)
  • Lew does not care for me in that way," said betty, surprised and troubled by the old lady's vehemence.

  • Led(Definition of led)
  • So i ventured to come and look for you, and-something led me right.

  • Les
  • In only one, "les enfances guillaume", does the husband, like alis, remain ignorant of the fraud of which he is the victim, and think that he really possesses the woman....

  • Hey(Definition of Hey)
  • Well, why didn't you come to me at once, hey?

  • Let(Definition of let)
  • Let me tell you how i got it.

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