Correct spelling for LOCAR

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  • car Jerry followed him slowly to "the last car down yander."
  • coca The owners of mines and plantations allow their laborers to suspend their work three times a day for the chacchar, which usually occupies upwards of a quarter of an hour; and after that they smoke a paper cigar, which they allege crowns the zest of the coca mastication.
  • lac We crossed the placid Lac Vert, and after a carry of a mile along the high-road toward Chicoutimi, turned down a steep hill and pitched our tents on a crescent of silver sand, with the long, fair water of Kenogami before us.
  • lack If I were certain, right now, that you lack the strength to conquer yourself for the sake of your own manhood, I would accept Lord James."
  • lag Even a planetary alarm wouldn't get polar-area observers set to fire in much less than forty seconds, and there'd have to be some lag in response to instrument reports.
  • lark Ahead of them a church tower rose out of soft billows of apple-blossom, and above the tower a lark was singing.
  • leak This would inevitably give the balloon travelling power for a considerable time,-time of course depending on the measure of the leak of gas,-but ultimately she must again have descended upon the raging waters of the lake, where Grimwood, of untrained strength, soon became exhausted while trying to hold himself secure in the ring, and fell out into the lake.
  • lear Mr. Lear replied that, as the President's Secretary, he would take charge of the dispatches and deliver them at the proper time.
  • liar Never till then had he been called a liar.
  • lick "I guess I didn't lick you after all, old socks," said he.
  • load Inside the court where the great Blasphemy case was to be tried I found Mr. Bradlaugh with his usual load of law books.
  • loaf Thieves don't loaf around the mountain."
  • loam Chalk or dry yellow loam, placed within their reach is very useful.
  • loan The loan could continue to their widows or children who took up the craft.
  • lobar interlobar artery — inferior and larger branch, supplies blood to the middle and inferior lobes of the lung The right and left main pulmonary arteries give off branches that roughly correspond to the lung lobes and can in such cases be termed lobar arteries.
  • local How I discovered the name of the local printer I do not know, but I did discover it, and with beating heart approached his doors.
  • locale Bermuda, Alabama, a populated (community) place in Conecuh County, Alabama Bermuda Lagoon, a lake in Fairfield County, Connecticut Little Bermuda, an island in Waldo County, Maine Bermuda Dunes, a census-designated place (CDP) in Riverside County, California Bermuda, or Bermuda Plantation, a former cotton plantation (previously called Ile Breville), belonging to the Prudhomme family, and a current locale, in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana Bermuda, Louisiana, an unincorporated community in Natchitoches Parish Bermuda Landing, an historical locale in Humphreys County, Mississippi Bermuda Falls Spring, a spring in Gila County, Arizona Bermuda Lake, (and Bermuda Dam) a reservoir in Dimmit County, Texas Bermuda Beach, a beach on Lake Como, in Galveston County, Texas Block Island, Rhode Island is advertised as the Bermuda of the North Outside United States Bermuda, Warwickshire, a village in England, named after a former Governor of the island of Bermuda Bermuda Triangle, a fantastical region of the Atlantic, roughly between Bermuda, Florida, and the West Indies
  • locate It was muffled: one rather felt than heard it, and it was impossible to locate.
  • locator Carriage requirements for emergency locator beacons on most US non-jet powered fixed-wing civil aircraft became law on December 29, 1970, with the signing of Senate bill S.
  • lock With that he stumbled up into the waiting lock as Elston hurried after him.
  • locke While this little quadrangle of conflicting emotions of Locke, Eva, Paul, and Zita was being enacted the two partners in the library were disputing hot and heavy.
  • locker And it's the best in the locker.
  • loco You won't think I'm loco?
  • locum So I am getting a locum tenens here for a time, and as soon as I have introduced him to my patients I shall start on a cruise somewhere.
  • locus Before we dismiss the subject, it may be well to remind the reader that this mention of a Surety by our author is the locus classicus of the Federalist school of divines.
  • log "Very soft is his skin, and he is not unlike the Bandar-log.
  • logan The visitor in Washington who should be ignorant of the relative rank of the great men commemorated by the equestrian memorial monuments of the city might be justified in believing that General Logan was the most important man of his time, if he judged from the relative greatness of his statue.
  • loge
  • logger
  • logo
  • logy
  • loki
  • look
  • looker
  • lour
  • lucas
  • luck
  • scar
  • Loci Beyond this, on the left, the base of the famous statue of Domitian has been discovered as described by Statius: "Ipse loci custos, cujus sacrata vorago, Famosusque lacus nomen memorabile servat."
  • Lola
  • Lora
  • locks I've got a master-key that fits most of these locks.
  • LC ↑ The National Institutes of Health Laboratory Animal Allergy Prevention Program ↑ Garg LC, Narang N (1989).
  • LOCOS Working together, all of them escape the Ghost Chess, although due to Locos constant use of Darkness ÄRM Loco is reverted into a baby.
  • Lycra

27 words made from the letters locar

3 letter words made from locar:

ola, lac, arc, lao, cro, oca, car, roc, col, oar.

5 letter words made from locar:

oracl, croal, calor, lacor, coral, lorca, carol, orlac, claro, larco.

4 letter words made from locar:

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