Correct spelling for LAIDES
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Possible correct spellings for laides
- aides His aides-de-camp-he had some already-wore, hanging from their necks, tin cases full of gold pieces.
- lade In order to ascertain the proper time for boiling the liquor, lade out some of it; and if a working be discovered, and the hops are sinking, the wort is boiled enough.
- leaders Those mule leaders and transport men do not take a lower place than the infantry who went away to-day.
- leeds The Duke of Leeds recorded a sensible and a manly protest against the vote of the majority of his brother Peers.
- loads There was a procession of men going in with their loads and coming out without any, and Dick's father stood just inside the front door and told each man where to leave his load, and the man went to that room and left it, and came out again.
- Ladies I have not seen the old ladies for some years.
- Glades She was such a little maid, such a childish thing, a veritable creature of the sunlight, like those great golden butterflies that danced in the flowered glades of the woods, and she had brought her one great gift to him unasked.
117 words made from the letters laides
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Misspelling of the day
- a far cry from