How to spell LOYER correctly?

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  • dyer "Can't pay that mortgage now, Mr. Dyer," returned Bacon, with a troubled expression; "no use to think of it."
  • flyer To return to Derby, we find that, in 1734, a second "flyer" visited the town.
  • foyer On each side of the double door and at each end of the foyer lanterns are mounted on the wall.
  • lawyer "I cannot say that I think you are quite safe," observed the lawyer.
  • layer The inner layer of the bark possesses astringent and bitter properties much like quinine.
  • leer He has a squint and a leer, his mouth drops at both sides, he has no forehead, and his straight, combed hair meets his eyebrows-or rather, his left eyebrow, since that one is raised by a cut.
  • loader Our guns that fire six hundred times a minute, shoot at a fast tempo; the old muzzle loader that required three minutes to load, shot at a slow tempo.
  • loafer In the bar-rooms of New York, while trying to induce a recalcitrant loafer to part with a dollar, he remembered that he had not met anyone so stubborn as Biddy.
  • loaner
  • lobe I could only hear her breathing through the closed door, her body shaking violently from the effects of the lobe.
  • locker I need to get my locker key from my coach.
  • lode Local miners are searching for gold in the nearby lode.
  • loge The row of loge seats was very close to the edge of the stage.
  • logger logger obstructing the trail
  • loire
  • loiter I've been feeling a bit too comfortable loitering around town.
  • lome
  • lone
  • loner Some people prefer to live alone because they find it peaceful and they can focus on their own private matters.
  • looker
  • looter The homeless man was a looter, raiding stores for food and clothes.
  • lope He timed his leap well, landing just in time to stop the ball from going into the net.
  • lore In our culture, lore is passed down through storytelling.
  • lorre I bought a lorre of red wine to celebrate our anniversary.
  • lose
  • loser
  • lour The lake was crystal clear and Lour floated on its surface.
  • louver
  • love
  • lover
  • lower The bar has lowered its prices.
  • loyal I am loyal to my loved ones.
  • lye
  • lyre
  • player
  • slayer
  • voyeur My neighbour is a voyeur, I'm sure of it.
  • Boyer While they were present, a Mr. Selby, a particular friend of Mr. Boyer, came in, and delivered me a letter from him. I was really happy in the reception of this proof of his affection.
  • Yer
  • Loyd
  • Lowe I live in Lowe.
  • layers I need to paint the kitchen's layers properly.
  • coyer I can't believe she won the crooner competition!
  • louder

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