How to spell LIOST correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell liost correctly

  • cost They had agreed to walk back the ten miles to Coniston, to save the money that dinner at the hotel would cost.
  • fist I shook my fist at him."
  • foist The competition is foisted upon me.
  • gist
  • hoist
  • host I would like to request a reservation for the hostel.
  • joist
  • laos The Laos capital, Vientiane, is a quiet and relaxing city.
  • last
  • least I would like to order the least amount possible.
  • lest
  • licit The bar offered alcoholic drinks at a price that was very reasonable.
  • lift She needed to get up so she could lift the couch.
  • light It is morning and the sky is light.
  • lilt The lilt in her voice made it seem like she was telling a story instead of complaining.
  • lint I need to clean my lint roller before I can start laundry.
  • lisp This computer language, Lisp, is named after the computer scientist John McCarthy who invented it in the late 1960s.
  • list Please list yourTop 5 favorite books.
  • lister I cannot believe that he would lister something like that.
  • liszt The composer Franz Liszt was known for his ballet music.
  • lit The room was filled with brightly shining candles.
  • loft My attic is full of old furniture that I haven't used in years.
  • loos
  • loose I need to tighten up my loose screws.
  • loot
  • lose We are going to lose our money if we don't turn in our report on time.
  • loss I was saddened by the loss of my favorite book.
  • lost We were looking for our cat but she never came back home.
  • lot
  • lots I've got loads of new ideas for the ball game.
  • lout
  • lsd I tried LSD for the first time.
  • lust She had been reading about the dangers of lust for years and yet she could not help but feel it bubbling in her chest
  • lusty She was a lusty woman.
  • mist It looked like there was a patch of mist in the forest.
  • moist After drying out the clothes in the sun, they felt much drier and less moist.
  • most
  • post I will post the pictures of my trip tomorrow.
  • Dost He was a loyal friend, always there for a Dost.
  • Hist The history of mankind is a long and tiresome tale.
  • Loosed After being restrained for so long, the prisoner felt an inexplicable sense of liberation as the handcuffs came off.
  • Wist I don't have any wists.
  • Lisa
  • Lois
  • Leos
  • loots I looted that dead soldier's pockets for goodies.
  • lists I need to get on the list for the new software release.
  • lies
  • LIDS
  • DIST Please disturn my package.
  • LSAT
  • LIEUT Lieutenant Blair is in charge of security.
  • LOTT
  • sliest I need to set up my shelving before the move.

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