Correct spelling for LADAY

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Possible correct spellings for laday

  • ada "That, too, would cost money," said Ada.
  • day That was what Mrs. Macpherson said to me only the other day.
  • lad "I was only wondering whether I should ever see the poor lad again," I returned, with a sigh; "that was all my thought, Susan."
  • lade In this Sea of the fishing of pearles is an Iland called Manar, which is inhabited by Christians of the countrey which first were Gentiles, and haue a small hold of the Portugales being situate ouer agaynst Zeilan: and betweene these two Ilands there is a chanell, but not very big, and hath but a small depth therein; by reason whereof there cannot any great shippe passe that way, but small ships, and with the increase of the water which is at the change or the full of the Moone, and yet for all this they must vnlade them and put their goods into small vessels to lighten them before they can passe that way for feare of Sholdes that lie in the chanell, and after lade them into their shippes to goe for the Indies, and this doe all small shippes that passe that way, but those shippes that goe for the Indies Eastwardes, passe by the coast of Coromandel, on the other side by the land of Chilao which is betweene the firme land and the Iland Manor: and going from the Indies to the coast of Coromandel, they loose some shippes, but they bee emptie, because that the shippes that passe that way discharge their goods at an Iland called Peripatane, and there land their goods into small flat bottomed boates which drawe litle water, and are called Tane, and can run ouer euery Shold without either danger or losse of any thing, for that they tarrie in Peripatane vntill such time as it bee faire weather.
  • lady And this young lady?
  • laity He replied, he was afraid lest he should be called a naturalist, and so an atheist, by the clergy, and a man of unsound reason by the laity; as they both either believe from a blind credulity, or see from the sight of those who confirm that credulity.
  • landau The landau in which she sat was stationary at the edge of the pavement; and on the farther side of her reposed a lady of kind face and ample figure.
  • lard It is used for veneer plates and dishes made for pies, butter, lard, and many other commodities.
  • lat
  • laud
  • lay
  • lead
  • led
  • leda
  • lid
  • lld
  • load
  • lydia
  • Lardy
  • Lidia
  • lads Now, my lads, ready?"
  • laid His garden is lovely, being laid out in the highest style of Hindu landscape art. At the foot of the grounds is a great marble building, open on all sides, with a picturesque roof sustained by a multitude of columns, which is the public or audience hall, where His Highness receives his subjects and conducts affairs of ceremony.
  • un-sanctioned
  • un-sanitary

18 words made from the letters laday

3 letter words made from laday:

ala, lay, dal, day, lad, ada.

4 letter words made from laday:

laya, daal, aday, dlya, ayad, lady, alay, yaad, aldy, dyal.

5 letter words made from laday:

yalda, dayal.

Misspelling of the day

Coullege

  • assumes role
  • assumes role of
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  • collage's
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  • collages
  • colleague
  • colleen
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