Correct spelling for LIFT
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Possible correct spellings for lift
- gift On the morrow her second gift rose.
- left I must be left alone to do it.
- life She will be the last love of my life!
- lifo Many people who realized the importance of stacks and queues independently have given other names to these structures: stacks have been called push-down lists, reversion storages, cellars, nesting stores, piles, last-in-first-out ("LIFO") lists, and even yo-yo lists!
- lift "The first took the lift.
- lilt Ladies, life is a changing measure, Youth is a lilt that endeth soon; Pluck ye never so fast at pleasure Twilight follows the longest noon.
- lint He soon found the place of her concealment, drew her from it, got a rope, and tied her hands across each other, then threw the rope over a beam in the kitchen, and hoisted her up by the wrists; 'and,' said he, 'I whipped her there till I made the lint fly, I tell you.
- list If neither of them show up before morning we can cross 'em off the list.
- lit He lit a fire.
- loft It indeed proved necessary to climb a few more steps; and then, following Madame Theodore and Celine, Pierre found himself in a kind of narrow garret under the roof, a loft a few yards square, where one could not stand erect.
- rift A rift in time, a dimensional slip-and a sector of land and three beings on it had been wrenched from their place in time and transported to our time-stratum.
- sift Sift into a pan a pound and a half of flour.
- lifts Suddenly she lifts her head and her tall figure stands erect, gazing upon him with sombre, steady eyes, eyes which seem to have caught something of the dull hue of that awesome gorge.
- farreaching But noting that in about three weeks the dose may be increased to 500 times the strength of the first one, it is unquestionably something more than habit, as we know of nothing analogous confirming such a rapid and farreaching adaptation to any powerful drug.
4 words made from the letters lift
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