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Correct spelling for LUAGHT

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Possible correct spellings for luaght

  • Latte
  • Caffellatte (or caffè latte): coffee and milk, usually in a 1:1 proportion latte macchiato: coffee and milk, usually in a 1:2 or 1:3 proportion caffè americano: an espresso with more water

  • Last
  • "i may as well tell you first as last, count tarnowsy, that i cannot let you have the money.

  • Alight
  • And therefore i pray you that ye would alight, and take such cheer as i can make you in this castle.

  • Lug
  • Aught
  • No one knows aught of what pleases the eye and the heart.

  • Flight
  • There is no flight!

  • Slight
  • Laughter
  • First he roared with laughter, then on second thoughts grew exceedingly indignant.

  • Lag
  • Meantime margaret, though forced to lag a good way behind her father, and to apply much more frequently to their tutor for help, yet secured all she got; and that is great praise for any student.

  • Laud
  • Hindoo poets, from the oldest times to kalidasa and from kalidasa to the present day, laud their heroines above all things for their large thighs-thighs so heavy that in walking the feet make an impression on the ground "deep as an elephant's hoofs."

  • Naughty
  • Taught
  • Laughed
  • 8. i laughed outright.

  • Naught
  • Lough
  • Meave was killed while bathing in lough ree by conal carnach, who, angry at her share in the death of the mighty cuchulain, put a stone into a sling and cast it at her with such sure aim that he inflicted a mortal wound.

  • Caught
  • Jerry caught her breath.

  • Lad
  • "but perhaps," said he, "you won't have anything more to say to the poor lad now!"

  • Lights
  • The lights out, and the landlord asleep.

  • Lsat
  • Ought
  • Loath
  • They, nothing loath, went out together into the empty hall.

  • Leah
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  • Haughty
  • You must have wounded her haughty temper in some way or another.

  • Lighter
  • I shall go home with a lighter heart.

  • Laugh
  • And corney did not laugh.

  • Laity
  • Under these circumstances they find themselves unequal to the task, and appeal to the laity for help.

  • Blight
  • Since its arrival from the hills where it was born, it daily faded as though a blight had descended upon its vitality; and now it was stricken with a fever.

  • Lust
  • Lat
  • On the second day out, great heat came on with suffocating closeness, the mercury rose to 85 degrees, and in lat.

  • Lath
  • This mode is considered by many growers the safest way, and by others as no better than the more common way of hanging simply on the lath.

  • Late
  • It was late october.

  • Plight
  • Light
  • I don't forget the light, miss ainslie.

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