How to spell LEDGIT correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell ledgit correctly

  • digit Unemployment fell to 3.2% in 2007 while wages continued to grow at double digit rates, contributing to rising inflation.
  • fledged The young are fully fledged, and are already strong flyers, when this occurs.
  • led They had led him for a lifetime over land and sea.
  • leda His attention-and the attention of every man in the place-had been distracted by the entrance of Leda Crannon.
  • ledge We came out upon a little ledge overlooking what we now knew to be the German lines.
  • ledger The ledger could be written up at the end of the day.
  • left "I don't suppose you should be left here-with me-like this-for what's left of the night.
  • leg One feels glad to get off with the loss of a leg when one sees that.
  • legate Should they really come to be spoken of in the Council Hall, one may be quite prepared for Legate Capalti, even if he is not presiding, striking his bell till it bursts.
  • legato As the playing of passages in single notes requires a close single legato, to do double thirds requires an equally close double legato.
  • leger "St. Leger would not expose his men to the slaughter which must follow without good and sufficient cause.
  • legged The two little ones were cross-legged on the floor, very disconsolately nursing the battered remains of two very hideous old dolls, who in their best days could never have been anything but coarse and common, and Helen and Agatha sat together on a chair with a book in their hands, which, however, they were not reading.
  • leggy She's got legs like an runway model.
  • legion
  • lent
  • lest I would rather not eat that; it looks like it would make me sick.
  • let After you let the dog out, you need to shut the door to ensure your pet doesn't escape.
  • levity A sense of elation and frivolity is often felt during times of joy.
  • light
  • lit She read the novel in one sitting, and it was Lit.
  • lodge She booked a lodge for the weekend.
  • lodger She was a polite lodger who never said a word.
  • lydia She has a devoted following among fans of science fiction and fantasy.
  • pledged
  • Git "Where'm I goin' to git the quarter?
  • Lodged The party was lodged in a lovely inn.
  • Sledged
  • Lego
  • legs She is wearing black leggings.
  • Luigi
  • Lidia Lidia is a beautiful Italian girl.
  • ledges I walked upon the piazza too, and rubbed my hand along the window-ledges and up and down the doors.
  • JEDI The Jedi are held responsible for the success of the Sith during the devastating 28-year-long Great Galactic War (which led to the Treaty of Coruscant prior to the "cold war"), and thus choose to relocate from Coruscant to Tython, where the Jedi Order had initially been founded, to seek guidance from the Force .
  • leggier The sofa was leggier than I expected.
  • leggiest
  • legit I am legit sick of all these jokes about being a "legit nerd"

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