Correct spelling for LLIKE

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Possible correct spellings for llike

  • alike I am finding out that they are not at all alike and that I don't understand them.
  • bike She broke every spoke on the new bike they gave her.
  • blake Joe Blake was not in sight.
  • bloke I always figured him for a great little bloke.
  • flake I only know that when I first became conscious of anything, I was drifting like a snow flake down through the mist, and that I could fill several pages with my thoughts in the course of that drift.
  • fluke He was to ride; ride the winner of the last Carter, the winner of a fluke race.
  • hike Mostly scouts don't care much about railroads, because they like the water and they like to hike.
  • ike On Sunday morning Ike went to the barn later than usual and hesitatingly.
  • lack I try to be, but I fear I lack your spirit.
  • lackey A minute later the lackey returned with a bundle containing the suit of clothes.
  • lake When he had gone away Mr. Craven sat a few moments holding them in his hand and looking at the lake.
  • lark Seems as though somebody had been having a lark with them."
  • leak "The leak has opened again, York," Laura was saying.
  • leakey Since then, the Leakey family have continued to excavate the gorge, uncovering further evidence for australopithecines, as well as for Homo habilis and Homo erectus.
  • leek This liberty-loving feature in the Boer character has been beautifully described in the Leek Times:- The old man, the youth and the stripling, are offering their hearts' blood as a sacrifice; nor do they think the sacrifice too great, strengthened and urged on by all they believe to be the highest and holiest in religion and principle.
  • lick 59 Lick plates clean, at Lamesa farm...................
  • lie The world is a lie.
  • liege As for the King, it is well known that the Bretons were greatly pleased, and served him gladly as their liege lord.
  • life For the real secret of a transfigured life is a transmitted life.
  • like I shud like to know that.
  • liked "I thought you liked him, papa," objected Hermione.
  • liken "It's hardly polite surely," Muriel put in, "to liken poor little Jean to a cinder-witch."
  • lille Lace is still manufactured at Lille, but the patterns of Mechlin are copied, although the tiny square dots, one of the distinguishing points of old Lille, are still used.
  • lime Trix Devereux was sitting on the little rustic table beneath the lime trees, smoking a cigarette.
  • line He'd have cut your fingers with the line if you'd ha' tried."
  • lite Men had told Lite plainly that Aleck was a fool not to plead self-defense, even in face of the fact that Johnny Croft had not drawn any weapon.
  • live It would merely help her to live more and more for their small ceremonial, and this at a time when he himself had begun wearily to feel that, having set it in motion, he might depart.
  • lock It is the key to the lock I smashed.
  • locke Locke was its father, and in Shaftesbury and Bolingbroke it assumed that lively form which later underwent such a brilliant development in France.
  • locker The Captain drew a flag from the half-open locker, where it had caught the attention of his visiter, and, letting the roll unfold itself on the deck, he answered,- "This is the Lily of France, you see.
  • loge Conversation curved from gallery to loge box, and from loge to balcony.
  • loki It was, however, not an eagle that Loki struck, but the renowned giant Thjassi, clad in his eagle plumage.
  • look You look very handsome in it.
  • looker Another general term for a herdsman was Looker, whence Luker.
  • luck Oh, what chance, what luck!
  • luge Canada Olympic Park was built on the western outskirts of Calgary and hosted bobsled, luge, ski jumping and freestyle skiing.
  • luke On the third day, my Dad and my cousin Luke joined us.
  • lurk He determined, however, to push for Hampshire, in the hope that he might lurk in the cabins of deerstealers among the oaks of the New Forest, till means of conveyance to the Continent could be procured.
  • lurker One of the sawing claws opened and closed, separating the head of the lurker from its body.
  • mike During the past year or so Mike had hunted nothing but legends and rumors, spent his time stalking shadows.
  • nike In the summer of 2017 Aquinas was chosen as an official Nike school which allows for the outfitting of the Falcon athletic teams exclusively in Nike apparel.
  • pike Dietel's blood boiled, for the property of The Blue Pike was as dear to him as his own.
  • rilke ↑ Riding With Rilke, Penguin Books, retrieved 2011-06-02 ↑ Ted Bishop, Penguin Books, retrieved 2011-06-02
  • slake If nothing can slake thy wild thirst of desire, Let thy knights put to shame the exploit of the squire!
  • Lice All through the night they heard the salmon splash to free themselves, so many Indians say, from sea lice clinging to their silver sides, and their hearts were happy with that refrain, which spoke to them of great supplies of food.
  • Lire You got fifty lire out of him, for a word; and the children went off, blessing you as their benefactress.
  • likes Do you think he really likes me?
  • LIQ -Brown, syrupy liq. -SOL.

22 words made from the letters llike

3 letter words made from llike:

ell, lek, elk, ill, lei, ike, lie, ilk.

4 letter words made from llike:

ikle, keil, kill, leik, liek, elli, like, leil, klei, llke, liel.

5 letter words made from llike:

kille, kilel, keill.

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