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  • backer For bibliography see de Backer and Sommervogel, Bibl.
  • hacker Soon he told the young hacker that he wasn't just running Hackwatch, he was also involved in intelligence work.
  • lac Ten days went by, Dr. McLeod lingered at Lac du Sablier, and Janet was still in bed.
  • lace It was a beautiful blue then, all shining and spotless, and the silver lace glistened like frost in the sunlight.
  • lack However, I had no more to do than to communicate to Dante the reason that I had discovered for his dear idol's lack of greeting, and at the news of it he was cast into a great gloom and remained disconsolate for a long while.
  • lackey What shall a gentleman do when his lackey starts to quote Plutarch?
  • lacquer An old gold lacquer tray was produced, with three sake cups, which were filled by the two bridesmaids, and placed before the parents-in-law and the bride.
  • ladder On a rope ladder?"
  • lager In fashionable assemblies, and in cafes where the people drank their lager and red wine; in clubs and workshops; on steamboats and diligences; in the fields and vineyards; on high-roads and bye-roads-the trial of Gautran formed the principal topic of conversation and debate, to the almost utter exclusion of trade, and science, and politics, and of a new fashion in hats which was setting the women of adjacent countries crazy.
  • lake He realised, with horror, that the woman must have been struck down; had fallen or had been thrown into the lake.
  • larder But the knowledge that the larder was destitute of eggs increased his desire.
  • large I went towards it and found a flat roof, with a large window closed with two shutters.
  • larger The eggs of this species are, as might be expected, somewhat larger than those of P. humii, and they are of a different character, being spotless, white, and slightly glossy.
  • laser The carbon dioxide laser (CO2 laser) was one of the earliest gas lasers to be developed.
  • later William Alexander, afterwards Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, and later Archbishop of Armaugh.
  • lather They engulfed the structure bodily, they raced along it with thunderous detonations, bursting in a lather of rage.
  • latter This ship, with the Alexander and Emerald, kept company with the Admiral, and the latter parted in the night.
  • lauder The Reverend Harry Lauder, M.P., Tour, employed no press agent, and it could not boast of a bill poster.
  • lawyer "Who was the lawyer?
  • layer Put on top a sheet of letter paper, on top of this another other layer of molds or cases, and so continue until you have the kettle filled.
  • lecher LECHER, s. healer, B 4. p 6. 148. From M. E. lechen, to heal.
  • leger St. Leger tried every means, by offers of bribes and promises, to induce them to remain, but the panic and suspicion of foul play had determined them to go.
  • locke I. Locke in education, as in metaphysics and in politics, was the pioneer of French thought.
  • locker Stephen reached back and took the milkjug from the locker.
  • logger The lumber trust had been making huge profits the while, but the lumber workers were still working ten hours or more and the logger was still packing his dirty blankets from job to job.
  • looker You could hardly expect old Dick Buck's granddaughter to be very refined-but, gee, she's a good looker!"
  • luger Of course, there was still the .30 Luger with a couple of boxes, and the .22; but they were not much account for this kind of work.
  • lugger "Come on, lads," O'Grady said, as he set the example of clambering down onto the deck of the lugger.
  • lurker His conviction that he had killed the lurker became so firm that he stood erect to cover the remaining distance at a rush.
  • packer They were the usual type of travelers: a single professional man in dusty black, a few traders in tweeds and flannels, a sprinkling of miners in red and gray shirts, a Chinaman, a negro, and a Mexican packer or muleteer.
  • slacker There isn't a slacker in the whole car!
  • tacker
  • Lacked He was exceedingly British in build, possessing in breadth what he lacked in height.
  • Lacey "I hope you have been agreeably entertained, Dr. Lacey," said Julia, in an ironical tone.
  • luckier But even when it is yours, when you hold it in your hand and are sure of it, you'll be no luckier and no happier, my lucky Prince, than you are at this moment, in this small house, with love about you, hope in your heart, and all these precious little people to work for, and to reward you when work is done."
  • lazier 91. "Nothing is lazier, than to keep ones eye upon words without heeding their meaning."
  • lamer Among the half-dozen spectators, leading men of the small town, who had assembled to witness the inaugural doings at this first meeting and to lend their approval to the new movement for the boys, there appeared one who was lamer than Leon, his halting step being due to a year-old injury which condemned him to limp somewhat for the remainder of his life.
  • lacquers These two are used for the white lacquer or as a body for coloured lacquers.

30 words made from the letters lacqer

3 letter words made from lacqer:

aec, cer, lea, lac, era, ale, ler, are, car, ace, arc, ear.

4 letter words made from lacqer:

acre, race, rale, lraq, acer, aqel, real, lace, care, qera, eral, earl, lear.

5 letter words made from lacqer:

creal, clear, ceral, lacer, arcel.

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