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How to spell LAKEW correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell lakew correctly

  • bake
  • blake Blake is a popular name for boys in the United States.
  • cake
  • fake The designer discovered that her signature bags were being produced by a fake company.
  • flake
  • hake My favorite fish to cook is hake because it has a delicate flavor and flaky texture.
  • Jake Jake enjoys playing video games in his free time.
  • lace She wore a beautiful gown with intricate lace detailing.
  • Lacked He lacked the ability to get along with others.
  • lackey I refuse to be your lackey and do all your work for you.
  • lade She asked me to lade the groceries into the car.
  • lager Do you want a lager?
  • lake We visited the lake on our walk.
  • lakes I love spending time spent on the lakes.
  • lame I didn't catch that ball because it was just so lame.
  • lane I prefer to stay in the lane.
  • Larked Last weekend, we larked around the park and had an amazing time playing frisbee.
  • LASE Scientists are using a laser to lase a tiny hole in the patient's retina.
  • late Please be late for our meeting.
  • LAUE The sun is shining and the LAUE smells lovely.
  • lave
  • law The law required him to appear in court.
  • laze I like to laze around on the weekends and do nothing.
  • Leaked The leaked document discussed the company's plan to release a new product early.
  • leakey Mary Leakey is known for her numerous archaeological discoveries, including uncovering the first fossilized Proconsul skull in Kenya.
  • Lew
  • like
  • liked I liked the new book by the author I read last year.
  • liken I liken this experience to a roller coaster ride.
  • likes She likes to read and write in her spare time.
  • luke He was Luke Skywalker, the only son of Anakin Skywalker and Padme Amidala.
  • make
  • rake I need to rake up all of these leaves on the ground.
  • sake I always enjoy a nice sake at the end of a sumptuous Japanese meal.
  • skew
  • slake The cold water from the tap helps to slake my thirst on a hot day.
  • take
  • wake I wake up early every morning for my daily exercise routine.

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