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  • boost Wisdom hath whispered in mine willing ear That we uncumbered by the darker tint Of those who meet us at official board Could better sound the depths of special woes Which daily do beset us as we toil With earnest hearts to boost the public weal By filling vacant posts with Democrats!
  • laos The lads with him-for they were mere boys-were like him, and treated him with the usual freedom and familiarity peculiar to the Laos, but which if an order was given, disappeared before complete obedience; and if the Chow wanted a drink of water or half a handful of kao neo, they would go miles or give their last crumbs to supply him, and many were the generous and willing kindnesses I had to thank them for.
  • last Last night all were killed.
  • least Lord Eglinton is your friend-at least, you trust him, do you not?
  • lest He addressed it in plain English to his friend the general at Peshawur, taking great care lest the Rangar read it through those sleepy, half-closed eyes of his.
  • list You, too, are on the black list, Pere Lenegre?
  • locust His straw hat looked like a withered leaf in the light of his sad facts; his thin overcoat affected March's imagination as something like the diaphanous cast shell of a locust, hopelessly resumed for comfort at the approach of autumn.
  • loos I learnt from him that things were not going so well north of Loos.
  • loose He couldn't pull it loose.
  • loot During the Revolution, a British soldier was slain in the very doorway as he came out with loot from the upper rooms.
  • lose Did you lose him?
  • loss He was never at a loss for words with his wife.
  • lost He was with me, and by my carelessness he lost himself.
  • lot It'd do us a lot of good."
  • lots We have lots of fun."
  • lout He's a long-winded, pedantic, ill-bred lout!
  • lowest They caught us by the arms and dragged us over where the balustrade was lowest, and we crowded through the door and slammed it.
  • lsd Drug discrimination studies showed that 5-methyl-MDA substitutes for MDA, MMAI, and LSD, but not amphetamine, suggesting that it produces a mix of entactogen and hallucinogenic effects without any stimulant effects.
  • lust Not the wolf's lust, but the lion's jealous rage spurred him to the act.
  • lusty It is one of the first birds to return in the spring, and, as it is a lusty singer, it will attract the attention of all who are looking for birds.
  • roost What, was he fet out of the hen's roost?
  • soot Yet they are here, and roses blossom in the soot.
  • Loosed Jan loosed his hands.
  • Lois Lois felt certain that either her father or her mother would have explained to her quite clearly all about Saints, and would have wanted her to understand about them.
  • Leos The natural casing hot dogs are supplied by the Koegel Meat Company which gives the Leos Coney Island coney a sweet and smoky taste from the natural hardwood smoke that Koegel uses to make its hot dogs.
  • loots Such is the crowd that gathers in a moment of excitement and yields to a momentary passion to lynch a prisoner, or a revolutionary mob that loots and burns out of a sheer desire for destruction.
  • LSAT 56mm Telescoped ammunition for its LSAT program.
  • LOTT Lott, John A., nominated for judge of Court of Appeals, 1869, iii. 226; elected, 227.
  • LOWS The bull runs round, and reels, and staggers, and falls half down, gets partly up, lows and breathes heavily, is pushed over and held down, until a butcher dispatches him with a sharp knife, at the spinal cord.
  • loosest Neither is it recorded that the writings of those old comedians were supprest tho the acting of them were forbid; and that Plato commended the reading of Aristophanes, the loosest of them all, to his royal scholar Dionysius, is commonly known, and may be excused, if holy Chrysostom, as is reported, nightly studied so much the same author and had the art to cleanse a scurrilous vehemence into the style of a rousing sermon.
  • louts Remember that, you louts.

29 words made from the letters loost

3 letter words made from loost:

lot, too, oto, sol, sot, loo.

4 letter words made from loost:

loos, stoo, loso, tool, lost, oslo, olst, soot, toso, tsoo, slot, loot, lots, solo, olso.

5 letter words made from loost:

lotso, tolos, loots, sotol, stool, olots, tools, sloot.

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