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Correct spelling for LGOIN

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Possible correct spellings for lgoin

  • Leon(Definition of leon)
  • Not even a steersman has the "leon."

  • Lion(Definition of lion)
  • That was the kind of a roaring lion professor sillcocks was.

  • Gain(Definition of gain)
  • "i don't see how mother would gain anything," interrupted herbert.

  • Loin(Definition of loin)
  • In bengal the sanadhyas account for their inferiority to the other kanaujias by saying that their ancestors on one occasion at the bidding of a raja partook of a sacrificial feast with all their clothes on, instead of only their loin-cloths according to the rule among brahmans, and were hence degraded.

  • Lagging(Definition of lagging)
  • This expectancy gave impetus to her lagging steps.

  • Join(Definition of join)
  • I never hear the winds gallop but i want to join them.

  • Leghorn(Definition of leghorn)
  • "then we must go back to leghorn.

  • Lin(Definition of lin)
  • The name on the shop was lin soo.

  • Gown(Definition of gown)
  • She wore a shapeless, snuff-colored gown, very loose and only slightly gathered at the waist.

  • Logan(Definition of logan)
  • Deaf sandusky, logan, of course, the calabasas bunch, and the morgans.

  • Going(Definition of going)
  • "well, well-i must be going.

  • Coin(Definition of coin)
  • I took out some money, and the farmer noted the largest coin in my hand; "about half a dollar, i guess."

  • Legion(Definition of legion)
  • 143. king's german legion, ii.

  • Loan(Definition of loan)
  • Over and over again, through many months, the queen fell into a paroxysm of rage when even an allusion was made to the loan of fifty or sixty thousand pounds; and even had she promised the money, it would have given but little satisfaction.

  • Loon(Definition of loon)
  • The fierce things of the wild find food and shelter in your tenantless rocks, the eagle on whose wings the dawn hath smiled, the loon, the wild-cat, and the bright-eyed fox; for far away indeed are all the ominous noises of mankind, the slaughterer's malice and the trader's greed: your rugged haunts endure no slavery: no treacherous hand is there to crush or bind, but all are free.

  • Lugging
  • I was about to solve the problem for myself by lugging my lady to the railway station, when ursula dearmer took us over too, in her stride, as inconsiderable items of the business before her.

  • Lagoon(Definition of lagoon)
  • From the outer beach the surface slopes gently to the shores of the lagoon, which no doubt has been caused by the breakers the further they have rolled over the reef, having had less power to throw up fragments.

  • Looking(Definition of looking)
  • He was looking at oliver b. mcallen again.

  • Logging(Definition of logging)
  • At what hour does the logging-train leave the laguna grande lumber company's yard for our log-landing in township nine?

  • Logic(Definition of logic)
  • And it was the sight of these three, brought together in the most improbable defiance of the logic of things, that caused paul to undergo a torture which was renewed from moment to moment.

  • Lain(Definition of Lain)
  • Joy to the lands that in darkness have lain!

  • Gin(Definition of gin)
  • I gin him a dretful meanin' look.

  • Legging(Definition of legging)
  • Dropping upon the ground, he hastily unfastened and turned down his legging.

  • Lon
  • When i say that lon beardsley tried to get me to burn mrs. gray's house i say the truth, and beardsley dassent come afore me and say different.

  • Lorn(Definition of lorn)
  • Lorn and badenoch gave him a very rough reception, uttering such rebellious defiance of the regent that the brave standard-bearer lost all patience, and denounced the immediate deaths of the whole refractory assembly.

  • Goon
  • "mind yon goon don't go off," cried one of the chief jokers, as the boy came by bearing joey's bassoon.

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