How to spell LOIGHT correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell loight correctly

  • alight When you arrive before our palace, stop it, alight, and remain with me.
  • bight "You had better put another bight of a hawser astern, Mr. Mate," is the usual phrase in their mouth.
  • blight That is easy to say: sometimes the tangle descends on us like a net of blight on a rose-bush.
  • delight I do delight in anything out of the common.
  • eight Did you call at Mr. Copplestone's house at half-past eight?
  • fight And besides, Gray had promised to fight fair.
  • flight And after his flight from Campobello it's the last thing I expected to hear of.
  • flighty But although there was anger and detestation, at times, in the old General's manner, there was nothing flighty.
  • height Mr. Cartwright himself stood beside his bride, or rather a little in advance of her: his tall person drawn up to its greatest height.
  • knight "That will I not," replied the knight, "for it would harm me much, and do him no advantage."
  • leigh The next day I went to Bosanquet, who told me that Mr. Leigh was looking out for bills of exchange on Cadiz, and I accordingly waited on him.
  • lift I was thinking-I was thinking, maybe you'd give me a lift towards Arvach, if you'd be going that way this night.
  • ligate The ligature "æ" is used to create a word such as "care" from "careful.
  • light The light in my room is off.
  • lighted The hall was brightly lit.
  • lighten
  • lighter
  • lightly I lightly touched the back of her neck with my fingertips.
  • lilt
  • lint
  • list I need to make a list of the things I need to do before I leave.
  • lit It was dark and the room was lit only by the flickering light of the candles.
  • loath
  • loft I rented a loft in the district.
  • log
  • loiter I always enjoy going for a walk, but sometimes I just can't get the urge to leave and end up loitering
  • loot She was looting the van while the robbers were on the move.
  • lost The lost key was found under the sofa.
  • lot
  • lough
  • lout He was a loud lout who called everyone a moron.
  • might
  • night
  • nought Nought but the wind in the trees and the moon on the water
  • ought Emmett ought to have taken the bag with him.
  • plight After enduring many hardships in her life, she finally felt at peace.
  • right It is the right time to buy a car.
  • sight I cannot see what you're looking at.
  • sleight She pulled off the sleight of hand that fooled him every time.
  • slight
  • sought I sought help from my doctor when I started experiencing pain.
  • tight
  • weight
  • wight This is a fairy tale about a wight who wants to eat human brains.
  • wright The Wrights were famous for their aircraft.
  • Bought Of course I have it; do you think I would have bought one without the other?"
  • Fought Everybody took sides, everybody got mad, and almost everybody fought more or less.
  • Lights
  • Relight The candle was moments from going out, but I relighted it with a match from my pocket.
  • LIEUT Lieutenant Colonel is a rank in the armed forces of some countries.
  • LOTT I tripled my Lott's fortune in less than a year.
  • legit I think this account is legit.

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