Correct spelling for LOCE

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Possible correct spellings for loce

  • lace I'll do more than lace my boots and brush my coat.
  • lobe Leaves: Alternate, petioled, 3 to 5 lobed, middle lobe largest, and all pointed; saw-edged lower leaves immense.
  • lock I don't believe there's anything the matter with a lock in the place."
  • locke Among his novels may be mentioned " Locke Amsden, the Schoolmaster," "May Martin, or the Money Diggers," "The Green Mountain Boys," and "The Rangers, or the Tory's Daughter."
  • loco To assist his loco-motion, to enable him to determine his course, to preserve his being, and to choose between what is good for him, and what is evil to him; he is provided with senses, with which he sees, hears, smells, tastes, and feels; with memory; and with powers of reasoning by analogy, or his senses and his experience would be useless: and yet men say, that such a creature is as much the patient of physical causes, as a stone or a plant!
  • lode For some time previous the men had been at work on a lode which was very promising, but they were compelled to cease following it, because it approached the workings of an old part of the mine which was known to be full of water.
  • loge When I returned to Paris, at the age of twenty, to faire mon droit in the Latin Quarter, I paid a visit to our old house, and discovered the same old concierge in the loge.
  • lome The scene was Superintendent Narkom's private room at headquarters, the dramatis personae, Mr. Maverick Narkom himself, Sir Horace Wyvern, and Miss Ailsa Lome, his niece, a slight, fair-haired, extremely attractive girl of twenty, the only and orphaned daughter of a much-loved sister, who, up till a year ago, had known nothing more exciting in the way of "life" than that which is to be found in a small village in Suffolk, and falls to the lot of an underpaid vicar's only child.
  • lone I plodded along toward home for a few hours, and came to a cabin occupied by a lone prospector, who got me up a meal of coffee, tough beef and wheat flour bread, baked in a frying pan with a tin cover over it.
  • lope Strictly speaking, however, Urdaneta was not the first to make use of the return passage, for one of Legaspi's five vessels, under the command of Don Alonso de Arellano, which had on board as pilot Lope Martin, a mulatto, separated itself from the fleet after they had reached the Islands, and returned to New Spain on a northern course, in order to claim the promised reward for the discovery.
  • lore Virgil Carrington Jones, biographer of Ranger Mosby and author of "The Civil War at Sea", has best and most accurately described Mr. Price as "a walking encyclopedia of Civil War lore".
  • lose Old Dorn won't lose it, never fear.
  • love One is not surprised at Scott's love for Melrose.
  • luce "But how is it, Luce," inquired Francois, "how is it they can catch fish that appear so much swifter than themselves?"
  • Lice This evening the girle that was brought to me to-day for so good a one, being cleansed of lice this day by my wife, and good, new clothes put on her back, she run away from Goody Taylour that was shewing her the way to the bakehouse, and we heard no more of her.
  • Loci 20 at mihi dilapsis inter noua gaudia curis excidit asperitas huius iniqua loci, ergo ubi, Iane biceps, longum reseraueris annum, pulsus et a sacro mense December erit, purpura Pompeium summi uelabit honoris, 25 ne titulis quicquam debeat ille suis.
  • Lowe Marcia Lowe was alone and upon her knees.

4 words made from the letters loce

3 letter words made from loce:

leo, col, ceo.

4 letter words made from loce:


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