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Possible correct spellings for lioak

  • cloak "I saw that he had taken his cloak with him," she answered.
  • lac Paris was at her best, and Lory de Vasselot exclaimed aloud, after the manner of his countrymen, at the sight of the young buds and spring flowers around the Lac in the Bois de Boulogne, as he rode there this fresh morning.
  • lack I am a living proof, I lack everything.
  • lag To tell the truth, she had no appearance of knowing much about the matter, but she could not lag behind the others.
  • lake He has seen her too,-I remember now, he saw her-with me at the lake.
  • lark I was a young fellow then, up to any lark, and didn't make much fuss about it.
  • leak Without a leak, anywhere?
  • leaky Sir Denis bade them farewell, parting with some of them in the leaky hall of his ancestors, and with others out in the stone-flagged courtyard.
  • leek And I suppose we share a room together, Mr. Leek?
  • liar Dog of a liar!
  • lick "If you can't lick them, lick their boots," the Count of Ravary put in.
  • like "Yes, yes; but don't talk like that.
  • lilac After six months white and lilac may be used, and colors resumed after two years.
  • lima The trouble with the bean is doubtless this: the Lima bean is of South American origin, and in the Southern Hemisphere, beans, it seems, go the other way around the pole; that is, from right to left.
  • link She knew at once that the mysterious bridges which link men with women broke down in this case, and she was strongly tempted to leave the cabin to the sole possession of her surly host.
  • lion He shall eat up your enemies as a lion eateth buck.
  • lira Third, there were two obligato instruments, the pipe used in the duet of the two shepherds, and the "lira" played by Orpheus.
  • liza "I reckon," whined the trembling old voice, "that it was 'long o' Liza Hope.
  • load It's been a jolly heavy load, I can tell you....
  • loaf When the loaf is cold, cut in half-inch slices and place in an open oven until golden-brown, dry, and crisp.
  • loam 61 29. Soils are able to stick to water: clay or loam soils do this better than sands .
  • loan 190; divorced, 191; resists a forced loan, 255; captain-general of the Parliamentary army, vi.
  • lock He crossed the room on tiptoe and turned the key in the lock.
  • locke It was also suggested to me that Hume might be an assumed name-that the numismatist might have once been known as Wayne, and that Locke had known him by that name.
  • loco Meminerit et beatior ille vir, utrique quidem loco, sed huic speciali se jure deberi."
  • log Log registered 20. Course p.
  • loge The pass took its name from Crow's Nest Mountain, which is named Loge des Corbeaux on one of the maps accompanying Palliser's Report, 1859. The original Cree name, of which these are translations, is Kah-ka-ioo-wut-tshis-tun.
  • logo The following morning we proceeded to the branch of the Rochell, which we found more diversified and picturesque than the Port Logo, and its borders better inhabited.
  • logy They were new-launched; logy: clumsy: not the streaking, flashing death-and-destruction they would become with thirty more seconds of acceleration.
  • loki Then Loki placed in his hand the shaft of mistletoe and guided his aim, and well and surely Hodur cast the dart.
  • look Let's look her out."
  • luck "Bad luck to him then, for a ondacent spalpeen as he is.
  • lurk He never dreams that behind that solid curtain of bluff Ogallalla, Sans Arc, Uncapapa, and Blackfoot lurk in myriads.
  • oak The plants represented in Plate 69 grew on an oak stump.
  • soak Cover the gelatin with a half cupful of cold water and soak for a half hour.
  • Lila The father put the child down and said: "Now, Lila, run with grandpa and get a cooky from granny while your mother and I talk."
  • Lina Madelon, all blushing and confused, was standing with the youngest boy riding on her back, whilst the little girls, Lina and Kate, were holding on to her skirts behind; they had pulled down all her hair, and it was hanging in loose waves over her shoulders.
  • Lisa Once he winked at me, knowingly, as I passed him with Lisa-and I hated him for it.
  • LIQ Yellowish liq. -SOL.

37 words made from the letters lioak

3 letter words made from lioak:

ali, ail, ola, oka, oak, lao, oil, ilo, ilk.

4 letter words made from lioak:

kiao, kali, akol, okai, alok, koli, okal, ilok, kola, kioa, liko, loik, kilo, olai, aoli, aoki, laik, lika, kail, ilko, liao, loki, klao, alko.

5 letter words made from lioak:

okali, kaloi, aliko, koila.

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