Correct spelling for LLAID
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Possible correct spellings for llaid
- aid But the world's spirit comes to our aid in another way.
- clad He was clad in furs from head to foot.
- glad And life is glad of this.
- iliad Accordingly, in the autumn of 1713, he formed a final resolution of undertaking a new translation of the Iliad.
- lad The lad answered that he would certainly be talked of in Rome, that every one would know where to find him.
- lade For a man to fight with his horse would be a disgrace; to abuse or over-ride him-a shame; to lade him with a three-pound bit and a thirty-pound saddle-a confession of inability to control or stay on. In every part of the world where the horse has been developed, it has been in exact ratio with the creed of the riding schools.
- lady "Look you, my Lady Elfrida!
- lair With a furious growl he shot from his lair like the bolt from a cross-bow.
- laird Suddenly, as though he felt the young sculptor's keen glance, Jim Laird opened his eyes.
- laity The Lower House began its action with a detailed charge against the spiritual courts, not merely against their abuses and the oppression that arose from them, but against their very existence and their legislation; the clergy made laws without the King's foreknowledge, without the participation of any laymen, and yet the laity were bound by them.
- land This is not the way to Kulak; this not Maharajah's land.
- lard Rub in a bit of shortening as big as an egg into a pint of flour; if you use lard, add a little salt; two or three great spoonfuls of ginger; one cup of molasses, one cup and a half of cider, and a great spoonful of dissolved pearlash, put together and poured into the shortened flour while it is foaming; to be put in the oven in a minute.
- laid She laid her fluttering palms over his clasped hands and held them there, while each in his heart kept the silence, which, in such a moment, is prayer.
21 words made from the letters llaid
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