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Correct spelling for LEDER

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Possible correct spellings for leder

  • Ledger
  • His ledger, day-book, and visiting-book were spread in front of him.

  • Leda
  • Captain quill, first officer jeffers, and lieutenant commander von liegnitz were on the bridge, and dr. fitzhugh and leda crannon were down below, giving snookums lessons.

  • Elder
  • Afterwards i will take a walk with you two elder ones if you care to have me."

  • Louder
  • And i listen until i hear from fathomless depths of the sky the voice of his prophecy sounding louder and more near!

  • Lade
  • Then it was that we realized the value of having neighbors, and truly these were neighbors indeed, who, at jamestown in the new world, had such store of food, as would allow them to lade a ship wholly with corn, sending her, through god's direction, to that port where the supply was most needed.

  • Letter
  • The commandant had turned to his writing-table, and was holding the letter under the lamplight.

  • Vehiculating
  • Leader
  • Hobart unquestionably was the leader of the gang; but who was the woman?

  • Leper
  • The master or prior of the superior order was a leper, that he might be more in sympathy with his afflicted brethren.

  • Leger
  • I was sick at heart and literally faint with fear when this knowledge was forced in upon me, for i knew only too well how idle would be all the promises of st. leger if the savages were inclined to massacre the prisoners that were surrendered on promises of fair treatment.

  • Lode
  • Personally i have always believed that somewhere about the locality of the batavian was the place to strike the lode, so, on my way west, i stopped there first of all, without, i must confess, finding much that interested me.

  • Seder
  • Leer
  • The soi-disant marquise opened it herself, for which kind office thornton gave her a leer and a wink, characteristic of his claims to gallantry.

  • Velitations
  • Later
  • Later on that night, between 1 and 2 a.

  • Larder
  • She is a good soul, but really i believe her larder contains nothing but pork, and her pantry nothing but - pumpkins!

  • Lever
  • Slowly the starting lever was thrown over.

  • Loader
  • 978-3. when there is no agreement between the miner or loader of coal in any mine in this state and the operator thereof whereby the miner or loader is to be paid for mining or loading coal other than on the basis of the ton or other weight according to the total weight of all such coal contained within the car it shall be the duty of such miner or loader of coal and his employer to agree upon and fix, for stipulated periods, the percentage of fine coal commonly known as nut, pea, dust and slack allowable in the output of the mine wherein such miner or loader is employed.

  • Led
  • Then he passed out on to the little staircase that led down into the wood, and called back to the approaching voice: "i am coming, beatrice,"-'beatrice' being the name of his wife.

  • Lauder
  • Soon the reverend harry lauder, m.p., tour was on its way again.

  • Liter
  • ~-hydrogen peroxide is usually employed for bleaching in the form of its 3% solution, to which is added about 20 cubic centimeters of ammonia per liter.

  • Lieder
  • What strikes one also in the lieder is the importance of the pianoforte accompaniment and its independence of the voice.

  • Lender
  • The donor only becomes the lender, and must maintain a strict control over every thing he possesses.

  • Ladder
  • And he was at the top o' the ladder, shooat'un aloud to his father, and the gentleman-he nodded towards fenwick-was walking down below.

17 words made from the letters leder

4 letter words made from leder:

3 letter words made from leder:

dre, ler, dle, led, lee, eel, red, eld.

5 letter words made from leder:

leder, elder, edler.
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