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  • alight As soon as the fire was alight and the bed made, I went back to the music-room to announce that my orders had been obeyed.
  • blight The blight has fallen upon the young couple, and their life is a failure.
  • flight For who would stay its flight?
  • lat The four waiting forms in the thicket rejoiced, believing the fat lat was about to be attacked.
  • let I-he-I didn't let him know about us.
  • light Then she stopped and they turned up the light.
  • lighter And so he stood silent for a space, and none other spoke; then through Tom Ivey's evidence with a lighter touch.
  • lit He took one from the box she passed him, and gravely lit it.
  • load I know everybody, but I have no friends, and-there, I confess it, I came to speak to your wife, to ask her advice and help, for at times I feel as if the kindly words and interest of some true woman would make my load easier to bear."
  • loath He did not seem at all loath to talk about himself, especially about his feelings; and the only thing he touched on rather vaguely was the matter of his native section of the country.
  • lode Whatever course the lode takes, the miner conscientiously follows suit.
  • loft As soon as were opposite to it I told Balbi what I had done, and asked him if he could think of any way of getting into the loft.
  • log "In the woods, in their natural state, when they came up against a fallen log, it took more effort to lift their heavy bodies in flight over it than it took to walk around the log.
  • loge The news is all over the Imperial loge already.
  • logo The coat of arms was the only city emblem representing Montreal until 1981, when a stylized logo was developed for common daily use, reserving the coat of arms for ceremonial events and occasions.
  • logy The etymological meaning of the word audiovisualogy is linked, on the one hand, with the term audiovisual, referring to the means jointly related to the view and the hearing and, on the other hand, to the suffix logy, that refers to logos, and that in Greek means treaty, knowledge.
  • loot It was manifestly impossible to guard against the Nipe, since no one knew what sort of loot might strike his fancy next, and there was therefore no way of knowing where or how he would hit next.
  • lord Lord Holme was puzzled.
  • lost "What boots it, since I am a lost soul?
  • lot I have a lot of writing to do."
  • lotto Loeleberg, 360. Lolli, A., 55. Lotto, L, 138. Louis Philippe, 310. Lucas, 358. Lulli, J. B., 30, 37-39.
  • loud Russ thought it must be the middle of the night when he was suddenly awakened by a loud noise.
  • lough St. Kieran had already started an abbey on an island in Lough Ree, but grew dissatisfied with it, for some reason, and he and eight companions got on board a boat and floated down the river, rejecting this place and that as not suited to their purpose, and finally reaching this sloping meadow, where their leader bade them stop.
  • lout The people had no time to trouble about a lout such as he.
  • nought And I cannot tell, but I think it's not for nought as the Lord has ta'en away all fear o' death out o' my heart.
  • ought "You ought to go and apologise.
  • plight "I'm sorry," she began hesitatingly, "I never-I can't"-then she swallowed hard in her desperate plight.
  • slight He turned, snatched up his great-coat, and wrapped it about the slight, boyish figure.
  • sought Mrs. Truscott's eyes filled with tears, and her hand sought and clasped that of her friend.
  • Bought If he were going to Bellair, then he must be bought over.
  • Fought The battle was an obstinate one, and fought throughout hand to hand.
  • Lights If he was killed after dark, who turned out the lights?"
  • Loyd So in the conwersation the journey they beguiled, Capting Loyd and the meddicle man, and the lady and the child, Till the warious stations along the line was passed, For even the Heastern Counties' trains must come in at last.
  • LT Frank D., commanding destroyer division, 129; highly commended, 139 "Big Bertha," American naval guns sent to destroy, 290 Billings, A. W. K., great work in connection with air service, 285 Birmingham, at Gibraltar, 134 Blakely, Lt.
  • LOTT Blogging helped to create a political crisis that forced Lott to step down as majority leader.
  • legit Asked in November 2009 about whether he lacked the moves to shake defenders, Berry replied:"If you're not a defensive lineman or a legit linebacker, Im going to run through you.

15 words made from the letters loght

4 letter words made from loght:

goht, gohl, togl, thol, loth, loht, thog, lgot, goth.

3 letter words made from loght:

hot, tog, log, lot, tho, hog.

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Presdigious

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