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How to spell LOISE correctly?

If you have misspelled the word "loise", there are a few possible corrections you can make. One option is to correct it to "lose", which means to misplace or be deprived of something. Another alternative is "louse", which refers to a parasitic insect. Both words are commonly confused due to their similar pronunciation.

List of suggestions on how to spell loise correctly

  • boise
  • Eloise Eloise is very excited to go to the zoo tomorrow.
  • LASE The surgeon will lase off the unwanted tissue.
  • lease John plans to lease his car to his cousin for a year.
  • LEIS
  • liaise We need to liaise with the ministry of education to get permission to open the school.
  • Lice Your head is lice free.
  • Lisa Mrs. Lisa is the teacher of our class.
  • loire
  • Lois Lois Lane is a creative writer and an investigative journalist at the Daily Planet.
  • loos
  • loose She was so loose that she could have fallen out of her chair.
  • lose I'm going to lose my job if I don't get this report done on time.
  • loser Jenny called her ex-boyfriend a loser for not having a job.
  • loss After the loss of her father, the young girl became a recluse.
  • louis Louis is a popular name for boys in France.
  • Louisa I would like to meet Louisa.
  • Louise Louise is my best friend from high school.
  • louse A louse is a small, wingless insect that lives on the bodies of humans and animals.
  • lousy
  • LOWS The lows of the night are when the temperatures drop the most.
  • Luis Luis is a very polite gentleman.
  • Luisa Luisa is a very beautiful woman.
  • noise It's been a week since the last noise made and everyone is starting to freak out.
  • OISE The University of Toronto's OISE building is located in the heart of the city.
  • poise Despite the chaos around her, she maintained her poise and kept a calm demeanor.

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