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Possible correct spellings for let
- bet You bet it's going to end in fighting now."
- get Can we get out to-night?
- jet All colors are found on the coast of this island,-pink, brown, and jet black.
- lat These were found as far North as lat.
- le I am not worth it, Le.
- lea The next year Cooper made his appearance before the public in a new department of writing; his Naval History of the United States was brought out in two octavo volumes at Philadelphia, by Carey and Lea.
- led They led him off as though he were an old, old friend.
- lee But Lee, instead of taking the trouble to give the necessary assurance again, turned his eyes upon Longstreet.
- left You-you mean to tell me that he has left me?
- leg "No, I walked," said Wiley, "and on one leg at that.
- lei In the end Sylvia was offered three hundred and fifty lei and Queenie seven hundred and fifty, which they accepted.
- lent He lent me a magnificent rug, and I slept very comfortably in the open air for the first time since I was in Texas.
- leo Leo Ulford sat down beside her in an armchair.
- lest They are all like the solemn night-owls, who draw a double curtain over their eyes, lest the light should blind them.
- let So Louie let her go.
- lit Taffy took down a lantern and lit it.
- lot "Flavia, I've had a lot of nonsense knocked out of me.
- net "Take your net," she added, "and catch your bird before he has flown away."
- pet All at once the attention of the voyagers was called to the strange conduct of the pet monkey.
- set On August 30th they set out.
- tet Reorganized and redesignated 1 July 1956 as Headquarters, Headquarters and Service Battery, 101st Airborne Division Artillery Reorganized and redesignated 25 April 1957 as Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 101st Airborne Division Artillery Inactivated 15 June 2005 at Fort Campbell, Kentucky Activated 16 October 2014 at Fort Campbell, Kentucky Campaign participation credit World War II: Normandy (with arrowhead); Rhineland (with arrowhead); Ardennes-Alsace; Central Europe Vietnam: Counteroffensive, Phase III; Tet Counteroffensive; Counteroffensive, Phase IV; Counteroffensive, Phase V; Counteroffensive, Phase VI; Tet 69/Counteroffensive; Summer-Fall 1969; Winter-Spring 1970; Sanctuary Counteroffensive; Counteroffensive, Phase VII; Consolidation I; Consolidation II; Southwest Asia: Defense of Saudi Arabia; Liberation and Defense of Kuwait; War on Terrorism: Campaigns to be determined Iraq: Liberation of Iraq, Transition of Iraq Note: the official Army lineage, published 15 February 2015, lists "Campaigns to be determined".
- vet On the 6th the British Army crossed the Vet River and encamped at Smaldeel Junction, where many of the Dutchmen, confessing themselves sick of the war, surrendered.
- wet One was the wet inside the sleds at night.
- yet " Yet no, that's impossible.
- Les Les femmes sont adorables!
- Lew Oh, Lew, Mr. Clarke, cannot you rescue him?
- Met I have met here a Mrs. and Miss Danvers.
- Leta My bedroom is in the southeast angle of the house; it opens on one side into a sitting-room in the east corridor, the rest of which is taken up by the suite of rooms occupied by Tom and Leta; and on the other side into my bathroom, the first room in the south corridor, where the principal guest chambers are, to one of which it was originally the dressing-room.
- Len You chaps haven't met Len, have you?
- lets Lets fall the pastoral crook.
- LT The Story of a Division Surgeon in France By Richard Derby Lt.
- ET Oratores et Rhetores 57 In octauo banco.
- let's Let's not talk about it.
1 words made from the letters let
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Misspelling of the day
- waste line