Correct spelling for LITTEN
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Possible correct spellings for litten
- bitten She could have bitten her lips for their trembling, and tried to smile with her tortured eyes.
- bittern The bittern pastured his flocks on rich green meadows where flowers grew in abundance, so his cows became wild and unmanageable.
- flatten The plug should be kept in motion and not allowed to come to rest while in the collar, because in that case the globules of the oil with which the surfaces are lubricated maintain a circular form and induce rolling friction so long as the plug is kept in motion, but flatten out, leaving sliding friction, so soon as the plug is at rest, the result being that the plug will become too tight in the collar to permit of its being removed by hand.
- kitten My own little kitten!
- laden The air is laden with the fragrance of myriads of flowers and has the softness of sea-born breezes.
- latin His illusions regarding his Latin were broken.
- latter In the latter case he is safe.
- leiden  For details see the introduction to Noldeke's translation of Tabari's Geschichte der Perser und Araber zur Zeit der Sasaniden ( Leiden, 1879).
- lenten Meanwhile Helenka had brought in the Lenten soup.
- letter I tell you, that letter was all right."
- letting You mustn't think of letting her go."
- lien But years must elapse before these lands can be put upon the market, and the government, undoubtedly, will give the same aid to this road which has already been given to the Central Pacific Road, guaranteeing the bonds or stock of the company, and taking a lien on the road for security.
- lighten Now listen to the next command: On the dresser let it stand Just three quarters of an hour, To feel the gently rising power Of powders, melted into yeast, To lighten well this precious feast.
- liken 40:18 To whom then will ye liken God? or what likeness will ye compare unto him? 40:19 The workman melteth a graven image, and the goldsmith spreadeth it over with gold, and casteth silver chains.
- linden "Let us go up and sit under the great linden-trees, that grow on the summit of the Rent Tower," said Flemming.
- linen "Well, Mrs. Copperas, your servant; any table-linen wanted?
- listen I do not object to listen to you when we are alone."
- liston Bebop was taking root in Los Angeles as well, among such modernists as trumpeters Howard McGhee and Art Farmer, alto players Sonny Criss and Frank Morgan, tenor player Teddy Edwards, trombonist Melba Liston, pianists Dodo Marmarosa, Jimmy Bunn and Hampton Hawes, guitarist Barney Kessel, bassists Charles Mingus and Red Callender, and drummers Roy Porter and Connie Kay.
- litany The church was filled with candidates from the villages round as well as from the town, and the Litany preceded the rite which was to seal the young champions ere the strife.
- lite She would not tell Lite anything about it, she decided.
- liter 5 Liter G25A with heavier counterweights that does not have the balancer.
- litre 5 litre beer glasses are also popular.
- litter Then ordering her litter, she was carried back to her dwelling, and hastened eagerly to the table where her letter lay.
- little You don't know little turkeys.
- latte Coffee Cafe Latte brews coffee as well as whips in steamed milk in one step.
- Linton "That's all right: I'm very glad," said David Linton.
- litters 144; or, "those who were borne in litters."
- Lipton He tried again with Valkyrie III., but again he was only second best, for, though his yacht sailed to victory in home waters, she proved unequal to the task of lifting the cup. No Englishman was prepared to tempt fortune, but not so that sterling Irishman, Sir Thomas Lipton, who, win or lose, would not have it laid to the charge of Ireland that an attempt should not be made.
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