How to spell LAKEW correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell lakew correctly

  • bake Bake for three-quarters of an hour, turn out and serve.
  • blake I'll work it out with Joe Blake.
  • cake "Well, when you are ready to open your cake shop, come to Chicago!...
  • fake In those days men would often rush ashore, after restless nights passed on board ship in wakeful anticipation, catch up half a dozen handfuls of earth, and finding nothing, cry, "I told you it was all a fake," and re-embark on the first steamer for San Francisco.
  • flake The snow falls on the Alps flake by flake, and day after day, and month after month, and after a while, at the touch of a traveler's foot, the avalanche slides down upon the villages with terrific crash and thunder.
  • hake Chaske took after the one on the right, Hake the one on the left.
  • lac The whole of the lac is of the kind known as stick lac.
  • lace "The lace-work," he heard her say: "I have been saving- from the beginning-" "For this?"
  • lack I call it an "idea" for lack of a better name.
  • lackey A lackey was standing there.
  • lade I need to plug my laptop in, but I can't find the outlet.
  • lag
  • lager Do you want a lager?
  • lake We visited the lake on our walk.
  • lame I didn't catch that ball because it was just so lame.
  • lane I prefer to stay in the lane.
  • large
  • larger I need a larger bowl to mix the batter in.
  • lark
  • late Please be late for our meeting.
  • lave
  • law The law required him to appear in court.
  • laze The sun was lazily casting its lavish light across the landscape.
  • leak The small hole in the roof is a leak.
  • leakey Heather was sure that Garrett could have taken the necklace, since he had been in the room right before she had left it
  • leaky
  • leek Sauteed leeks with butter served over rice.
  • leg I need a new leg due to the accident.
  • like
  • liked I liked the new book by the author I read last year.
  • liken I liken this experience to a roller coaster ride.
  • locke Locke argued that people could only hold property by right of occupation.
  • locker My locker's combination is six dots, two circles, and a square.
  • loge I went to the loge to watch the play.
  • loki After he had been chained to a wall for a week, Loki decided to find a way to escape.
  • looker I always look forward to seeing her at the university.
  • luge The athletes were carrying the luge on their backs to the track
  • luke He was Luke Skywalker, the only son of Anakin Skywalker and Padme Amidala.
  • lurker While I lurked in the shadows, I overheard them discussing my past.
  • 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 sun was slaking its thirst for days on end.
  • take
  • wake
  • Lacked He lacked the ability to get along with others.
  • Larked
  • Leaked The leaked document discussed the company's plan to release a new product early.
  • Lew
  • Jake
  • likes
  • lakes I love spending time spent on the lakes.
  • LASE After experiencing the turbulence of life for the twentieth time, Ashley's best friend recommends a three-month regimen of laser therapy to
  • LAUE The sun is shining and the LAUE smells lovely.

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