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Possible correct spellings for myleft
- aloft He picked her up and, holding her aloft, showed her to her anxious mother, who came hurrying on the scene.
- cleft He therefore climbed the sides of the mountain for a short distance, until he entered a sort of canon, which, penetrating westward, greatly narrowed, until it had the appearance of a cleft with lofty crags on either side,-while it opened out eastward, overlooking the broad valley and the plain beyond.
- delft She was frightened when she met him suddenly in the passages, always carrying on about the Delft jars; and then he didn't recognize her, didn't know who she was, what she was doing there, until he remembered: Addie's wife.
- hayloft De boys up in de hayloft.
- left You can't go back to what you never left, can you?
- lefty And poor Lefty won't have a nest egg to take back to Europe with him.
- lift You will have to give me a lift, and make all haste after them.
- loft Into the rather dark loft of the barn went Russ and Laddie.
- malefic Hardened as they were by the customs of their age to hatred, malice, and all uncharitableness, the listeners turned cold at such an exhibition of malefic passion, of consuming hatred.
- mallet Mrs. Mallet cried, with clasped hands.
- malt There was more room than comfort in the ruined old farm-house, and the two boys slept on a bed of cut heather, in what had been the old malt-loft.
- melt Magnanimity is rarely lost on anyone, kindness will melt the hardest heart.
- millet Bernhardt is as noted and notable as Millet, Irving as distinguished as Millais; while in our own country not more than two men in painting and sculpture deserve places beside Booth and Forrest as high priests of Art.
- milt The doctor looked up hastily, and frowned, as he caught sight of a dark, sleek-looking personage, about to descend from the chaise; while, as Mrs Milt went to open the door, Horace North exclaimed to himself: "Now, why in the world is it that Nature will set one against one's relations, and above all against Cousin Thompson, for-" "Ah!
- molt Specimens taken in December are in fresh plumage, although two or three individuals are in the final stages of molt.
- mulct 5. Write the regular participles which are now generally preferred to the following irregular ones: blent, blest, clad, curst, diven, drest, graven, hoven, hewn, knelt, leant, leapt, learnt, lit, mown, mulct, past, pent, quit, riven, roast, sawn, sodden, shaven, shorn, sown, striven, strown, sweat, swollen, thriven, waxen.
- mullet The original ring I am now, on this seventh day of December, giving to Mr. Joseph Mullet, who has shown me his legitimation as a member of the Secret Police.
- zoloft As of 2004, at least 165 organochlorides had been approved worldwide for use as pharmaceutical drugs, including the natural antibiotic vancomycin, the antihistamine loratadine (Claritin), the antidepressant sertraline ( Zoloft), the anti-epileptic lamotrigine (Lamictal), and the inhalation anesthetic isoflurane.
- begrudgings "As for the matter with the marines," he said "your Honour knows there is little love between us, though certain it is a quarter-deck is no place to settle our begrudgings; but, as to the gentleman who has seen fit to step into the shoes of"--
- beguilers GYLER, s. beguiler, 5759; Gylours, pl. beguilers, C 6824.
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