Correct spelling for LATTERN
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Possible correct spellings for lattern
- batten If we don't win in this war, German devilry will rule the world, and shall the country allow the Trade, as it calls itself, to batten upon the vitals of the nation?
- fatten "It has been said the world ought to rejoice if Britain was sunk in the sea; if where there are now men and wealth and laws and liberty, there was no more than a sand bank for sea-monsters to fatten on; space for the storms of the ocean to mingle in conflict.
- flatten And then Harry left off rubbing the horse's ears; and, pulling the damp piece of paper, which Tom had given him, out of his breeches' pocket, proceeded to flatten it out tenderly on the palm of his hand, and read it by the light of the dip, when the landlady came to inform him that the gentlefolk wanted him in the kitchen.
- laden I have been shopping in Warnborough and am terribly laden; I hope Cyril will meet me-if the omnibus be not at the station, I must certainly take a fly.
- lantern As may be supposed, we did not allow them an opportunity of attempting the same trick again, and when I called up Guy, I charged him to keep a watch on the two fellows, a lantern being placed in the middle of the hut to throw its light upon them.
- later I shall tell you later."
- latin But Mary prayed on in Latin and English aloud, and prevailed, for all were silent at the end but she.
- latter "It couldn't have been helped," the latter declared.
- latterly In Bavaria, Prussia, Wirtemberg, Hanover, and Sweden, and latterly in Great Britain, peat has been put to the same use.
- lectern They were all that he could do in the way of pulpit, desk, and lectern.
- letter Read any of the letter?
- litter He does not know why he is released, nor by whose order: but an order came to let him go, and his papers with it: and he must be out of England by Monday morning: so he leaves here to-morrow in the litter in which he came.
- pattern But what's been in the past ain't no pattern for the futur'.
- slattern It is wellnigh impossible to respect a shrew, a slattern, or a gossip, although a man should in every case be courteous to womanhood, even if he find it hard to respect the woman.
- Lateran The two most beautiful churches in Rome next to St. Peter's are the St. John's of the Lateran, and the Santa Maria Maggiore.
- latte Castagneto often serves as a point of reference with regard to several nearby clusters of houses including Pantaneto, Collecaruno, Collemarino, Collesansonesco e Fonte del Latte.
- Litton For, said the Honourable Philippa: "Lady Littletown informs us that a marriage is on the tapis between Mr Arthur Litton, a friend of Mr Elbraham, and our dear Lady Anna Maria Morton."
- Lavern LaVern Baker (1929–1997), American R&B singer Lawrence James Baker (1827-1921), Queen Victorias Stock-jobber Leigh-Allyn Baker, American actress Lena Baker (1901–1945), African-American convicted of murder Lionel Baker (born 1984), West Indian cricketer Lynn Baker, American bridge player Lynne Rudder Baker, (born 1944), American philosopher Loran Ellis Baker (1831–1899), Nova Scotian businessman Loran Ellis Baker (politician) (1905–1991), Canadian politician
- lattes Hudsons Coffee serves mostly espresso-based beverages such as cappuccinos, caffè lattes, long and short macchiatos, long blacks, flat whites, mochas, as well as espresso.
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Misspelling of the day
- a far cry from