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  • azalea Upon which she bade them good by, standing among her great azalea branches, and looking "awfully pretty," as Dakie Thayne said afterward, precisely as if she had nothing else to think of.
  • hazily The sun had set and over the marshes the quiet of evening brooded hazily.
  • labial Under the epidermis bluish green; body elongate, tapering; tail moderate tapering, subeaudal shields one-rowed, longer towards the tip; scales all smooth, imbricated, subequal, rather larger below; head small, rather tapering in front, rounded; eyes rather small, pupil round, head shields normal; the nostrils lateral in the suture between two shields, hinder shield elongate; loreal shields none; one large anterior and two moderate post-ocular shields; labial shields subequal, lower temporal inserted.
  • lacy Drury Lacy of precious memory.
  • lamely In the laurel it would take bloodhounds to find me, and Mr. McCalloway," he added somewhat lamely, "wasn't very well when I left."
  • larval Numbers of eggs found in females of the various species are: P. euthysanota euthysanota, 108; P. euthysanota macrotympanum, 136, 160; P. leonhardschultzei, 141; P. spinipollex, 119, 134, 143; P. schmidtorum schmidtorum, 59, 61, 90; P. schmidtorum chamulae, 60, 71, 89. Duration of the larval stage is unknown.
  • lastly Lastly, it should be noticed that the Steep Grass can only be reached from below by a severe climb of 70 ft.
  • lately But though death must always remain as a shock and change of habits from which we must naturally shrink-still it is not the utter end of our being, which, until lately, it must have seemed to those who have been unable to accept the grosser view of the resurrection with which we were familiarised in childhood.
  • laxly She sweeps and lets the sweepings lie, She eats and will never wash the dishes, Her uncle beats her hourly, So laxly doth she flout his wishes.
  • laze Indeed, for all she could tell, the body might be under the turf by now. If she chose to return to the enjoyment of her favourite lounge there might be nothing to deter her. She might lie, and laze, and dream, and be offended by nothing which could recall unpleasant memories.
  • lazily Mrs. Holda went to the window and he lazily noticed her perfect figure, her raven hair and black eyes.
  • lazy As for myself-" "Thou art thy father over again; only sweeter, and better-that is the Dutch in thee-the happy, easy-going Dutch-if only thou wert not so lazy."
  • lily He went away promising to remain at least till he finished his bas-relief of Westward, and his figure of the Pacific Slope; and the next morning he sent around by a facchino a note to Lily.
  • liza If Liza had been 'in form' she would have gone straight away and given the whole lot of them a sample of her strength; but she was only rather bored and vexed that they should disturb her quietness, so she let them talk.
  • lolly If his mother gives him lolly, cake, piece of beef or mutton, In a corner he'll eat it by himself, he's such a nasty, greedy glutton.
  • lowly You thought me so mean and lowly, so ignorant and so vainglorious that I could judge a girl worthy of Don's love to be unworthy of my friendship.
  • lully Asks for his father and the wise Foresight; talks of Raymond Lully, and the ghost of Lilly.
  • lyly A still more wanton attempt to supplement ignorance with knowledge has been made in the further identification with Lyly of a certain "witty and bold atheist," who annoyed Bishop Hall in his first cure at Hawstead, in Suffolk, and who is called "Mr. Lilly."
  • sally You stand over there, Sally, an' we'll show 'em 'ow ter skirt dance.
  • Lacey To return to our football team, Poulton, Lacey, Hall, and Manton are local.
  • Laval Some time later the Pope divided the money among the Jesuits, the archbishops and bishops of the province, and Laval University.
  • Lazaro The words are spoken by old Countess Lenzdorff in the library of the monastery of San Lazaro, and as she speaks she plucks her grand-daughter's sleeve.
  • Lesley 72-3; Lesley proves, on Williamite authority, that the Protestants were worse treated by William's army than by James's.
  • Lizzy Miss Lizzy has sent this hood of hern, and massa has sent this big cloth cloak of hizzen, so that you needn't ketch cold."
  • Layla The queen has foisted her scrawny offspring, the simpering Princess Layla, onto Allaudin.
  • Lilly Lilly sprang up to see if she could do anything for him.
  • sleazily The shaven-headed, clay-faced pirate looming so high and so huge in the doorway that he filled it altogether, his clothes torn, filthy and stained from the battle and from careless weeks at sea. His companion was a travesty of his onetime elegance, dirty lace ruffles spotted by forgotten meals, his velvet coat marked by chairbacks and soiled from months of constant wear, his hair unwashed and sleazily caught back, no longer curled with a fine exactitude.
  • un-attired

20 words made from the letters lazaly

3 letter words made from lazaly:

lay, all, ala.

4 letter words made from lazaly:

ally, lazy, laya, zala, alay, layl, zyla, laza, zaya, zaal, yall, zall, ayaz, llay.

5 letter words made from lazaly:

zalay, yalla, allay.

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