Correct spelling for LUTHE
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Possible correct spellings for luthe
- lath This done, the bottom piece can be clamped on from behind by means of pieces of lath.
- lathe The product of the loom and the lathe are more perfect, more uniform, and more accurate in all details than similar work produced by hand.
- lather Maurice at once applied lather and razor, and put on the handsome uniform, which fitted him snugly.
- lethe While there is a certain vagueness and uncertainty in his view of the condition in which the souls of ordinary men pass the thousand years of purification before drinking of the waters of Lethe and entering again on a mortal life, the class of sinners to whom eternal punishment is awarded, and that of holy men who dwell for ever in Elysium, are indicated with great definiteness and beauty.
- lithe His thin, lithe body was coiled, and he reminded Terry in ugly fashion of a snake ready to strike.
- loathe I hate-I loathe gentlemen.
- lute She thought with an almost mocking regret of the days when all her happiness was to work beside her mother in the tapestried salon, to pray in the church, to sing her ballads to a lute, to read in secret a romance of chivalry, to pluck the petals of a flower, discover what gift her father would make her on the feast of the Blessed Saint-John, and find out the meaning of speeches repressed before her.
- luther Luther is said to have wept tears of joy when he heard it sung by a street singer outside his window in Wittenberg.
- Lither A casual observer glancing at his curling hair and bright open face, as also at the fashion of his dress, would at once have assigned to him a purely Saxon origin; but a keener eye would have detected signs that Norman blood ran also in his veins, for his figure was lither and lighter, his features more straightly and shapely cut, than was common among Saxons.
- Letha Interviewer: Mrs. Bernice Bowden Person interviewed: Letha Johnson 2203 W. Twelfth Street, Pine Bluff, Arkansas Age: 77
26 words made from the letters luthe
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