Correct spelling for "L-OIRON"

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Possible correct spellings for "l-oiron"

  • arno Vasari says that Buffalmacco was invited to Pisa, where he painted many pictures in the Abbey of St. Paul, on the banks of the Arno, which then belonged to the monks of Vallambrosa.
  • earn Maybe it will be going back to the poor-house he'll be, for he'll never earn the price of his passage at the relief works.
  • ern When the great gov-ern-or took part in their sport, the Indians were pleased.
  • erne Of the three tales already republished in this pleasant edition, Ravenshoe has always seemed to me the best in every respect; and in spite of its feeble plot and its impossible lay-figures- Erne, Sir George Hillyar, and the painfully inane Gerty-I should rank The Hillyars and the Burtons above the more terrifically imagined and more neatly constructed Geoffry Hamlyn.
  • urn
  • warn
  • worn
  • worn-out
  • yarn
  • yarn-dye
  • yarn-dyed
  • yarn-spinning
  • yearn
  • Arna You're so good to me, Arna!
  • worn-outwornout
  • L-iron

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