Correct spelling for LIPE

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Possible correct spellings for lipe

  • Lime(Definition of lime)
  • It was fixed to the outside twigs of a lime-tree, two of the leaves of which were sewn to it; two dead leaves were also attached to the nest, one being sewn on each side as a support to the cotton.

  • Lupe
  • I've paid proper tribute to that poor pawn of empire who lived so poorly and who died so well, but the real zest of this journey is lupe!

  • Line(Definition of line)
  • You have done more than enough in that line already."

  • Lie(Definition of lie)
  • "then lie still, and keep watch while i go out.

  • Lire
  • Vincent, whose talents ran more towards prowess at football than a gift for languages, would often escort his sister, and conducted his bargaining by pointing to what he wanted and counting the price in lire on his five fingers, an operation that caused fits of amusement to the shopkeepers, with whom the fair young englishman became quite a favorite.

  • Life(Definition of life)
  • Life cannot be good.

  • Lips
  • Then he put it to the giant's lips.

  • Live(Definition of live)
  • "remember, o prudent basilio," added don quixote, "it was the opinion of a certain sage, i know not whom, that there was not more than one good woman in the whole world; and his advice was that each one should think and believe that this one good woman was his own wife, and in this way he would live happy.

  • Wipe(Definition of wipe)
  • I had told my grief to poor tonine, whose chief duty was to wipe away my tears.

  • Lice(Definition of Lice)
  • When they had danced very vigorously, and were very warm, lice made their appearance on the locks of their beautiful hair.

  • Pipe(Definition of pipe)
  • The pipe fell from the listener's fingers and smashed unheeded on the floor.

  • Like(Definition of like)
  • I do not like to have you do that.

  • Lope(Definition of lope)
  • On the spanish stage love is often a setting for entertaining intrigue, as in lope de vega's el perro del hortelano.

  • Ripe(Definition of ripe)
  • Funny they didn't take the grapes-they're dead ripe."

  • Lip(Definition of lip)
  • Ostrander looked at him and bit his lip in thought.

  • Lite(Definition of lite)
  • Here lite believed the confusion was recent.