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List of suggestions on how to spell laoud correctly
- aloud He could but cry aloud, "My darling!
- cloud "Now I'm ready for the story you promised me," said White Cloud.
- lad "Don't talk about him," said the lad.
- lade Half-way through it was found to be blocked; but a pound of powder well placed and provided with a slow match was left to explode, and as soon as the foul air had cleared away the place was found practicable, and the party descended to find enough cargo left to well lade the cutter.
- lady "The lady you didn't write to," answered his mechanician.
- laird It was much worn, and had so little head-room that the laird could not ascend without stooping.
- lao Lao said, The Master would say, As I had no post I learned the crafts.
- lard Had not the Lard put it into your Hearts to have given me two thousand per Annum out of Bishops Lands, and three thousand per Annum out of the Marquess's Estate; how shou'd I have liv'd and serv'd the Commonwealth as I have done?
- laud Almost all the streets of old Paris, of which ancient chronicles laud the magnificence, were like this damp and gloomy labyrinth, where the antiquaries still find historical curiosities to admire.
- lauder I was delighted at the reception that had been given to the Reverend Harry Lauder, M.P., Tour all through our first day in France.
- lead When we go, let us go as soldiers; and if we have only a corporal's command, let us lead soldiers.
- lloyd As he spoke, Lloyd swung his horse across the narrow road.
- load Jim ran to a rude cupboard where pistols and ammunition were kept, and began to load with small shot.
- lode Could a list of the men who have been killed in this lode be published, it would be an appalling showing.
- lord 167 Audley, James Touchet, Lord, iii.
- loud The German went off into a roar of laughter so long and loud that the lady could not help laughing.
- lout This order of being would resent the familiarity of an Archbishop much more bitterly than his Grace would resent the vilest abuse of the lout.
- ludo [lower-alpha 2] The Royal Navy took Ludo and converted it into the board game Uckers.
- Lou Hazel Morton had more fire in her than either Lou or Julia-that, Evan said to himself, was how it was she held Bill Watson.
- Loyd Every day is now big with incident and discovery-Young Mr Dennison proves to be no other than that identical person whom I have execrated so long, under the name of Wilson-He had eloped from college at Cambridge, to avoid a match that he detested, and acted in different parts of the country as a stroller, until the lady in question made choice of a husband for herself; then he returned to his father, and disclosed his passion for Liddy, which met with the approbation of his parents, though the father little imagined that Mr Bramble was his old companion Matthew Loyd.
- lauds In the Day Hour Services we find metrical Hymns-at Lauds, Vespers and Compline after the Bible "Chapter," and, at the other Services, before the Psalms.
- louder When Peter resumed, there were no more cries of "louder."
- laid Nearly under the central window, a memorial brass has been laid over the grave of Canon Fardell, who died in 1854, and of his widow, who died in 1861; to whose memories respectively the two stained glass windows were inserted in the north aisle of the Choir, noticed in p. 79. Near this stands an ancient oaken chest, covered with elaborate and curious ironwork, with four locks.
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